Wild at Heart and weird on top
- Apr 4, 2020
Well, I take your word for it. Maybe it's just a privilege of not being part of a target audience that's specifically being pandered to when you're part of the target audience that's generally being pandered to. When I, a German, watch The Mandalorian I don't ever think about wether Werner Herzog is in it to appeal to the German audience. I mean, I did spend some time wondering why Werner Herzog is in a Star Wars show, but for different reasons.Johnny Novgorod said:On the contrary, I think Rose was a deliberate (and misguided) attempt to appeal to China. To Asia in general.PsychedelicDiamond said:I doubt that a Vietnamese actress was specifically meant to appeal to China. I assume if they wanted to do that, they would have simply cast a Chinese actress.Marik2 said:I thought Rose was put there to appeal to China, and maybe they got mad that a black guy was going to pair with her?
Here in Argentina we recognize the casting of Diego Luna and Oscar Isaac as obvious attempts to ingratiate the movies with the Latin American demographic. We don't care that the actors are Mexican and Guatemalan. We get what they're trying to do.