According to Brazilian newspaper Folha DS Paulo, a new Netflix Christmas special has gathered more than a million incredible viewers who say they are influenced by the streaming service portrayal of the gay Jesus.
He has signed a petition against the streaming of the Netflix Brazil-produced show for “seriously abusive Christians” and has taken to social media to express his disgust.
“Christ First Temptation” is the second satirical look at Christmas, brought to the web screen by the international Emmy-winning comedy group Porta dos Fundos (or “backdoor” in English), a famous comedy troupe for over 16 million YouTube subscribers is.
In the 46-minute comedy, Jesus and his new friends Orlando arrive at Mary and Joseph’s house, where a group of friends waiting to wish the son of God a happy birthday.
Politically incorrect über blasphemy soiree is sure to offend Christians who have stepped out on social media to express their hatred, calling it “garbage,” “extremely offensive to values, principles and Christianity” and ” Intolerant “.
YouTube user Wagner went on for years, all writing in the cap: “Awesome! Disappointed with Netflix and Porto dos Fundo! Now it’s on Amazon Prime !!!”
Brazilian pastor and Congressman of São Paulo Marco Feliciano – a noted LGBTQ crusader and arch-protector of Brazil’s distant president Jair Bolsonaro – took to Twitter to express his anger.
“Christians and non-Christians have asked me to take action against irresponsible members of the Porta do Fundo,” he wrote. “At this time, we took collective action – to the churches and all the good people – to end it.”
However, according to a review posted on decider.com, members of the LGBTQ community may feel equally disturbed by the film’s stereotypical portrayal of gay men.
The show’s producers stated, “Porta dos Fundos values artistic freedom and humour through satire on the most diverse cultural themes of our society and believes that freedom of expression is democratic Is an essential construction for Country. ”
“Christ First Temptation” premiered on Netflix in Brazil on December 3, shortly after the group won the International Emmy Award for Best Comedy Web Television Special, Jesus’ A Comedy for That, for last year’s “The Last Hangover”.
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The film is available to US subscribers, but a link on the US Netflix website referring to the program states that the page “cannot be reached.” A representative of the streaming giant told the Daily News that the company is currently looking into the issue.