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Quebec culture minister scolds Netflix over Lac-Megantic footage in 'Bird Box'

CTV News 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: ‘Bird Box’ Faces Backlash For Using Real Footage From A Train Derailment That Killed Dozens

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Within one week, Netflix's 'Bird Box' streamed 45 million times, which is roughly one-third of Netflix's viewership. The film received some controversy upon its release for spawning the 'Bird Box Challenge,' which involved people doing risky things while blindfolded. And now more contention is...

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