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New Joker film keeps the mind busy

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During a press day for the film Joker, protagonist Joaquin Phoenix (44) responded to the fuss about the film. Relatives to the victims of the Aurora shooting in 2012 announced earlier on Tuesday that they had protested against the Warner Bros studio film.

“I think the vast majority of people understand the difference between good and evil”

In July 2012, an armed man in a cinema in Aurora shot wildly during a screening of the movie The Dark Knight Rises. Initially, stories were circulating that the perpetrator had dressed up as The Joker character and called himself that. The police later denied that there was evidence of this.

Twelve people died in the shooting, seventy others were injured. The relatives informed Warner Bros on Tuesday that they were worried and angry that the studio had made a new film about the character.

When Joaquin were asked about the fuss, the actor said: “I think the vast majority of people understand the difference between good and evil. And those who don’t know can interpret everything the way they want. People read what they want in lyrics. People read what they want in books. I don’t think it’s a filmmaker’s responsibility to morally educate the public, or to learn the difference between right and wrong. That seems clear to me. “

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