Sticks and stones can break his bones, but billboard graffiti in New York doesn’t hurt him.
“Emily in Paris” star Lily Collins and her husband Charlie McDowell came across a distorted ad for her popular Netflix show, in which Collins’ eyes were red and he had a clown-nosed character.
The British-American actress and American filmmaker photographed their relationship with the broken wall and posted the results on social media.
“I can’t say I liked the new look, Em. But for the sake of action … “Collins commented on a two-part post in which McDowell fled after seeing a tagged ad, and Collins was in a state of false shock in front of him. The message garnered more than 800,000” likes. “
“It’s a step closer to Emily in Berlin,” commented Charlie’s Angels actress Ella Balinska.
In Ashley Park, where she starred in “Emily in Paris,” she plays a class role for everyone.
“Why did they do that? Jealousy, that is, there is no need for it. I am a super fan. I love your shows, ”wrote one fitness coach.
At the same time, politicians this week have criticized “Emily in Paris” more strongly and directly than vandalism in terms of promoting cultural stereotypes.
“In Emily Paris, we have a caricature of a Ukrainian woman, which is unacceptable,” said Ukrainian Culture Minister Oleksandr Tkachenko, who described the image of his people on the show as “insulting” and misleading. “In 1990-2000, Ukrainian guys were mostly portrayed as gangsters,” he continued. “It simply came to our notice then. But that’s not the case. “
He added: “Do Ukrainians look like that abroad? Who steals, wants to get everything for free, is afraid of deportation? That should not be the case. “