Anyone who can systematically rape their own daughter and then say this about a 10 year old, deserves nothing from me except a quick fetching of the torches and pitchforks. What a vile, disgusting fuck.
Agreed. I don’t care how much pleasure someone brings me or how much I just wanna do X, it’s just not enough to take the hit to my own morality to seek them out for whatever purpose after I know they’re a complete waste of a human.
I mentioned Victor Salvathe other thread. I love horror movies, so much so that there’s very little, ever, that I haven’t seen. With that in mind, coming across a scary film that’s good can be rare. So, long ago, I was thrilled to find something inventive from a director if never heard of. Then I discovered that he’d routinely molested his 12 year old lead over the course of four years, who worked on an early project with him, and filmed it. He served 15 months in prison for his crimes and there’s talk that the young man has had serious problems (he left showbiz because of it) as a consequence.
And although I truly would enjoy his work, I don’t do it. The underlying themes are gross, what it makes me feel like I’d be tolerating (or worse, supporting) isn’t worth it and something so unnecessary to my life (I mean, even as much as I love them, I’ll go on living just fine without the horror movies of just one director) wouldn’t be worth the trade-off of the hit I’d feel I’d take ethically. Because if I did, his stuff would undoubtedly still be something I occasionally talked about, put on a list somewhere, spent money on in such a way that came across as tolerating such inhuman behavior.
Nope, won’t do it and I’ll survive just fine. Just like I do without Chik-fil-A (despite salivating over their breakfast burritos), Chris Brown or shopping at Hobby Lobby (who, with coupon, has the best craft prices in town).