Now, according to WFOR, Diaz said that the students selected the movie. But as the director alluded to, it’s apparent very quickly that this is not a film meant for kids. One possible (and bad) explanation for why this movie may have slipped under the radar is that it doesn’t adhere to any familiar rating. The film is not rated R or NC-17, but NR or “not rated.” But that still doesn’t excuse the aggressive negligence of this math teacher. And neither does that excuse Waterfield from making this degenerate take on a beloved character. There are no real winners in this story. Just losers and victims — and the fourth-graders certainly aren’t losers.
Miami Teacher Showed ‘Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey’ to Fourth Grade Class: A ‘Mental Health Counselor’ Has Met With ‘Students Who Expressed Concern’ https://t.co/BOTlitb5tJ— Variety (@Variety) October 16, 2023
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.