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Xiaxue also rebutted Shrey’s take on playing a solider with a Singaporean accent who spoke in colloquial Singlish. You think Christoph Waltz, an Austrian-German portraying a sociopathic Nazi, won the Academy Award by whining to the director about how he is very hurt that Germans are always portrayed as nazis in film, especially when modern Germany isn’t filled with nazis anymore and this is a painful stereotype? You think the nerdy actors in Big Bang Theory are whimpering about how physicists shouldn’t be protrayed as socially awkward virgins because not all physicists are?
“You are ok with a Singaporean Indian role speaking colloquial Singlish, but not ok with him speaking in a heavy Indian accent. No he didn’t, because the story needed a stereotypical Nazi. Or that Melissa Mc Carthy is objecting to the roles she typically gets as a klutzy sassy lady because not all fat people are like this?
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In her Facebook post on 27 May (Saturday), Xiaxue began to air her opinions with a string of Fs.
“First off, get the F*** off your f****** high horse,” she wrote. Good, go write your own movie and star in it.” Xiaxue went on to gather examples from movies to elaborate her line on “movies are chockful of stereotypes.” Such as American actress Melissa Mc Carthy who has starred in many comedies.
During the signing, he was not allowed to drink or eat.
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