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Hollywood making Christchurch massacre film faces opposition

Plans to make a movie on the Christchurch massacre, focusing on all Jacinda Arden sparks anger in public.

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Plans to make a movie on the Christchurch massacre, focusing on all Jacinda Arden sparks anger in public.

The major plot of the movie is based on the actions of Jacinda that she took during the terrible incident. The public is of the view that the film is incapable to display the mourn of the Muslim victims. In other words, the Muslim victims are being sidelined. 

The film is set to star Australian actor Rose Byrne as Ardern and is called They Are Us – a line derived from one of Ardern’s speeches at the time. It is to be directed by New Zealand film-maker Andrew Niccol and produced by FilmNation. A statement was issued from the office of the Prime Minister that she and the government have no involvement in the film. 

The writer said that the filmmakers may have consulted with some members of the Muslim community, many had no idea the news was coming. Moreover, their consent was added to the production of the film. Many of those injured and bereaved by the attacks face ongoing financial stress, lifelong physical issues, and mental trauma, and have called for a better response from the government.

The writers have said that the main aim of the film is to display the unity and compassion of the New Zealand government and its people for the minority communities. Moreover, the film also intends to pose a ban on assault rifles. The movie will help in doing so and show that New Zealand stands against white supremacy. 

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