Old (2021) M. Night Shyamalan
I’m convinced that Hollywood production meetings must revolve around how they can insert Luciferian ideology into the storylines of every film slated for production. In M. Night Shyamalan’s OLD, the question was, “How can we tell our audience that six year-old children are fully capable of being adult-minded sexual beings who should be able to operate sexually on the same level as mature adults?” They ask these questions because that’s how they want things, otherwise abominations like Drag Queen Story Hour, educators obsessed with genitals and discussing their gender preferences and even masturbation discussions in kindergartens wouldn’t be things normal parents would be needing to protect their children from.
The title OLD reminds me of the millennial tendency to discount the thoughts or experiences of Boomers or anyone older than they are by dismissing them as being irrelevant because of their age, as if wisdom can even exist in the immature. This behavior may not be anything new, but ageism now appears to be accepted and even encouraged. With that ‘negative’ aspect of age and the superiority of youth at the basis of the film’s marketing, Shyamalan weaves this corruption into his story about a secluded beach that quickly ages people, so what we immediately get are two six-year old children who are put into a sex scene and within moments are then seen as teenagers, the girl now visibly five months pregnant. It’s made clear that both characters are still mentally six-year olds, but that’s okay in the worldview of Hollywood because, well, mission accomplished and maybe that pesky Age of Consent can become a thing of the past.
The other in-plain-sight programming includes the normalization of flawed relationships, acceptance of mind deterioration and the use of humans as guinea pigs, something the entire world should be intimately acquainted with in this age of Covid. But the lasting message is that children, despite their experience, maturity or ability to reason, should be viewed as adults. We’ve seen it with Asperger’s syndrome sufferer, Greta Thunberg, who has proven that even with a mental handicap, she is still given a more powerful platform to be heard than actual professionals in their chosen fields of study. And like Greta, the children here have the final word because in the inverted world of the global elite and Hollywood, it’s the uninformed, immature and mentally ill who are the only ones that matter.
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