On Friday, November 30th, Netflix arrives in one of the most awaited fan series. This is a scandalous event that took place in 2005.
This Friday is 30 Netflix controversial premiere: It's Baby, an Italian series with a controversial story taking place at an institution where children from wealthy families visit.
Some will have more than one similarity with the Spanish series Elite. However, the difference is that Baby is based on the real thing that Italy broke up in 2005: two girls who went to one of the most prestigious institutions in Rome in the day, and at night they worked as politicians, lawyers and the power of that country.
"Baby" is based on this Italian scandal, known as "baby squillo" (meaning a small prostitute). Two teenage girls aged 14 to 15 took place in the rich neighborhood of Parioli (Roma) to pay for expensive clothes, cell phones and other whims. This network of child prostitution involved entrepreneurs and politicians, including Maur Florian, the husband of Alessandra Musolini, and the maid Benito Musolini.
The main characters in the series are Chiara (Benedetta Porcaroli) and Ludovica (Alice Pagani). This premiere has already been criticized several times, in particular by Lisa Thompson, vice president of the US National Center for Sexual Exploitation, who described Netflix's "hypocrite" attitude to Kevin Spacey's cavalry while funding this series.
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