‘No Safe Spaces’: Pro-freedom of speech film acclaimed by filmphiles but hated by critics
The film “No Safe Spaces” is causing a furor among American audiences, but is hated by Hollywood-minded critics.
It’s a documentary that exposes the attack on freedom of expression launched on liberal college campuses in the United States, according to the Washington Times.
It also questions that “a growing number of Americans don’t believe you have the right to speak your mind if what you have to say might offend someone, somewhere,” and that belief makes them look for a ‘safe space’ where ideas can be expressed freely.
The work of conservative commentator Dennis Prager and comedian Adam Carolla raises the question: Is that what America is all about?
Prager said the film is a “wake-up call” to the American people, claiming that some on the left were trampling on free speech to satisfy a political agenda, quoted by Fox News.
After 189 verified members of the general audience praised it and gave it an average score of 99 out of 100, the 13 Hollywood critics who saw it only gave it 54 points and disregarded the film as “obnoxious,” “smug” and filled with “paranoid whining.” as reported by Western Journal.
Prager said the film is not exaggerated and that it is something that is currently happening on university campuses in the United States. It’s also an amazing financial success.
“The stories in #NoSafeSpaces are not exaggerated or made up. They’re still happening on college campuses.”
“Watch No Safe Spaces to find out how we got here and what we can do to fight back.”