Recently, Netflix released a couple of new movie and one specifically has made a metric ton of buzz. The thriller Bird Box has energized discussions but so many hilarious memes and we should not disregard the strange (and moronic) Bird Box Challenge, where individuals record themselves endeavoring to do each day undertakings with a blindfold on.
So in the event that you haven’t been ready the Bird Box train, Starring Sandra Bullock, Bird Box is a Netflix original film about a monster that no one can “see,” because if they see it, they die. In an effort to never see the monster, most people are living daily live blindfolded. Bullock’s character takes her children with her on a journey to seek safety and they do so blindfolded.
Watch out, spoilers ahead!
Since the film has been making waves for some time and the craziness is fading away, one Twitter user has a theory about Bird Box that is virtually impossible to ignore. Believing that a few people may have missed the bigger picture and more profound message, according to her:the film has a huge underlying message about mental health and mental illnesses.
Taking to Twitter,@alisonpool_ shared a theory she read elsewhere that resonated with her.
Most responses immediately were people responding, stunned, and seeing exactly what Alison was trying to say.
However, as with all things on the Internet… not everyone was on board. Some people accused that a movie cannot even be worthwhile if people cannot comprehend the underlying message.
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