Monday, December 5, 2016

The Red Pill Movie - Third Screening

The Ottawa chapter of the Canadian Association For Equality (CAFE) was denied screening time for The Red Pill at the ByTowne Cinema, and the Mayfair Theater cancelled the film at the last minute in response to pressure from feminists in Ottawa. CAFE quickly booked a room at City Hall on December 4, 2016 for the scheduled 3 PM showing, which immediately sold out along with a second screening added at 7 PM.

Due to high demand CAFE have organized a third screening, which will be held at the Ottawa Public Library on Metcalfe street.
The Revolutionary Student Movement, an anarchist feminist group, held a protest of The Red Pill at City Hall on Sunday December 4, 2016.

7 comments:

  1. This project is not supported by all segments of the population, it is for this reason that the Red Pill shows to the population are possible.

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  2. It’s pretty good that you don’t stop and strive further with your idea and concept.

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  3. Thanks a lot for developing an idea. I think that the movement should not die! This is a great epoch for doing so!

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  4. I think that this scene/movie/video will push people for doing extremely unexpected things! I hope that you will be sharing more interesting stuff here.

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  5. I do not understand why one group of people can exert pressure and thereby violate the rights and opinions of another group of people.

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  6. The similar contradictions in views caused the film to be canceled. The expectations of the audience did not materialize. The pressure of the feminists has done its job

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  7. The fact that the audience’s expectations were unjustified suggests that the wrong concept was initially adopted when shooting this video.

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