By VC — Vigilant Citizen Jan 9, 2017
The Neon Demon is a movie about the fashion industry and its obsession with youth and beauty. However, through its story and symbolism, the movie reveals the disturbing mindset of the fashion world and the occult elite behind it.
Warning: This article addresses disturbing subject manners.
Also: Gigantic spoilers ahead!
The Neon Demon is painful to watch. Not only is it filled with long hypnotic sequences that emphasize the shallow self-importance of the fashion world, it deliberately dwells on some of the most upsetting human practices possible including pedophilia, necrophilia, cannibalism and ritual killings. All of these horrors are presented in an aesthetically pleasing matter and placed in a cool, fashionable context in an apparent attempt to normalize them.
Like most of the entertainment analyzed on the Vigilant Citizen, this movie leaves a foul feeling, as if one’s very soul was violated by what was just witnessed. Of course, this kind of result from a “psychological horror movie” is to be expected, but the most disturbing part of this movie isn’t the fiction: It is the dark “real world” truths it appears to celebrate. Indeed, when one knows about the dark side of the entertainment industry – and the occult elite that owns it – the movie becomes a disturbing manifesto, an indulgent celebration from people who revel in darkness. In short, it discloses what the industry is truly about, how it truly functions, and who is truly behind it.
Through the story of a innocent young girl who moves to L.A. with big dreams of being an international supermodel, The Neon Demon reveals the true ugly face of the entertainment industry.
Let’s look at The Neon Demon.
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