Actress Anne Hathaway apologized to fans and audiences for creating a character in the new film accidentally "ridiculed" the disabled.
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The movie The Witches with the appearance of Anne Hathaway probably does not have a very lucky fate. Since its release, the film has suffered from an epidemic and could not be shown in US theaters. After a few times of being rescheduled, the Witches, who finally came to the audience, was not appreciated by professionals. Most notably, the film also aroused controversy related to discrimination and jokes about disabled people.
Specifically, the appearance of the witches in the movie will have arms and legs lacking toes, a creepy face with wide mouths and even baldness. These images are made by the producer for the purpose of just to make the image of the witch in the movie distorted and scary. However, people with disabilities do not think so. The state of the witches' hands in the movie is completely real, and the name of the disease is Ectrodactyly.
After watching the movie, a number of organizations with disabilities used Twitter to share their grievances about the film. According to them, the film's witchcraft inadvertently makes people with disabilities "complicit" with evil, evil, desirable to hate and destroy. This will especially make children with disabilities feel badly hurt.
Before the incident above, producer Warner Bros. and lead actress Anne Hathaway apologized for this initial unintended incident. At the end of the sharing, Anne Hathaway also attaches a little information about an organization that helps people with disabilities.