CUCK–the movie–has released a trailer on YouTube.
The movie seeks to delve into the online world of right-wing politics decried by the mainstream media, politicos, pundits, blue checkmarks–you name it.
Often woefully misunderstood, maligned, and mischaracterized, Red Arrows has released a fictional production seeking to showcase non-mainstream right-wing lifestyles.
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As described by CUCK’s website, the movie is a:
…gripping fly-on-the wall character study and psychosexual thriller tracking an isolated and lonely young man as he is indoctrinated into the online echo chambers of Alt-Right ideology and hate. Touching on several topical nerves, CUCK gives a raw, unforgiving glimpse into a dark world that hides in plain sight.
The trailer has disabled comments and like/dislikes–for, perhaps, straightforward reasons: to remove public opinion from potentially altering viewers opinions prior to watching the movie.
In the trailer, the protagonist appears to be a flabby, Low-T, millennial NEET who blames all his personal woes on minority groups. He complains that illegal immigrants have saturated the job market and he is generally disgruntled at the direction in which the country is headed–often conflated with ‘progress’ by the intelligentsia.
The protagonist appears to also have a financially unstable and seriously ill mother.
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The protagonist then appears to solicit a prostitute–or a woman out of his league, given his unhardened body and abject financial condition–which later develops as a job opportunity as a porn ‘actor’ depicted as less of an active role, but as a cuckold.
Outside of the degrading employment sought by the protagonist, the trailer radiates the man’s rage in scenes where he’s portrayed attending rallies, such as those vilified by the mainstream media, and firing guns with a menacing grimace at a range.
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From the trailer, the movie seems to project many overblown mainstream fears of a far-right, white nationalist, neo-Nazi, etc, underground political movement acting as America’s biggest terror threat.
However, the mainstream media and orbiting personalities regularly associate those who reject progressive credos as an extremist–despite their heretical opinions being in vogue fairly recently.