/tv/ - Television & Film




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Welcome to /tv/ - Television & Film!

This board is dedicated to the discussion of television and film.

Rules:

1. Content should pertain to television shows, movies, actors/actresses, film equipment, etc.
2. All actress and actor discussion should pertain directly to their roles and careers. Off-topic discussion will be deleted.
3. All images of actresses should be accompanied by relevant discussion.
4. Please make use of the spoiler image checkbox and spoiler tags. Purposeful spoiling of a series or movie is not allowed.
5. Remember all global rules apply to /tv/, and general respect and courtesy is in this board no matter your opinions or the opinions of others.

Based Netflix bringing diversity to anime


>>370627(OP)
I don't get it, anime was always diverse.
Your pic looks like anime characters doing blackface.
Those are just filipinos
>>370627(OP)
What is the anime on the right?
Looks like niggapeach

OPERATION HONK KONG (aka: Hollywood Stands with HK)

Gentlemen, it's time.
Step 1: Think of an insufferable celebrity that constantly virtue signals.
Step 2: Make them out to be a supporter of the Hong Kong protestors by any means possible
(If they want their movies to be screened in China they'll need to deny any support for the citizens of Hong Kong.)
Step 3: Call them out for being cowards unwilling to support the oppressed citizens of HK.
All possible outcomes lead to our win, whether they begrudgingly support them or not.


Past threads:
1- https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/229225298
2- https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/229393479

Besides Reddit, how can this be spread on other social media?
>>359924(OP)
Interesting...why not
Companies will gladly lose money to force progressive ideals on Americans, but won't do the same with Hong Kong/China