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Que. culture minister expresses outrage over Netflix's refusal to pull Lac Megantic footage

CP24 Saturday, 19 January 2019
Quebec's culture minister has penned a letter to Netflix's CEO to express the government's outrage over the streaming service's decision to include footage from the Lac-Megantic rail disaster in its movie “Bird Box.”
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News video: Netflix used real-life disaster footage in Bird Box, and that's not okay

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Since its December release, the Netflix movie Bird Box has made all kinds of headlines. Unfortunately, not all of them are positive.

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