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Woman forced to apologise after putting controversial film on for family on Christmas Eve

Woman forced to apologise after putting controversial film on for family on Christmas Eve

We don't recommend Saltburn as a family-friendly Christmas flick!

If you’re looking for the perfect post-Christmas family film, don’t take recommendations from this woman.

Whether you love to watch Elf or The Holiday, making sure that you’re keeping in-theme during the festivities is vital.

But also making sure your flick choice is child-friendly is also key here.

Unfortunately, one woman didn’t get the memo and recommended quite the X-rated movie title and is now being forced to apologise to her family.

An X user (formerly Twitter) decided to share a hilarious text exchange after she chose to pop on the controversial film Saltburn for her family’s Christmas movie marathon.

Usually, when you pick a Christmas Eve flick, you’d like it to be something that makes you feel warm and fuzzy so that you can slip off to sleep soundly, ready for the next day.

But this user didn’t get the memo.

Instead of opting for something like The Grinch, she chose a film with some pretty shocking scenes (that bath scene, anyone?).

Well, this family instead got graphic nudity, drug use, and a disturbing violent content film with wild visuals.

Initially, it all seemed to be going well, but hindsight is a great thing.

The woman wrote on X: “Movie day with the fam & my choice is Saltburn xo.”

It wasn’t long until her follow-up post brought a hilarious turn of events.

Saltburn's bath scene certainly isn't for the faint hearted.
MGM Studios

As it turns out, her family didn’t appreciate her Christmas Eve film pick.

She wrote: “It has been turned off & I’ve been told to go for a walk.”

She then went on to attach a screenshot of a text conversation from her mother (Ma in the text) for proof.

Her mother seemingly wrote after the Saltburn incident: “When you come back I want you to apologise to everyone you d******d.”

Which scene do you think set them off?

Of course, ‘it was the bath scene that did it.’

If it was a room full of adults, she may have gotten away with it, but in a reply to another user, the woman admitted they have ‘a big family, aged between 2-76.’

So, children were also subjected to the bath scene, which is pretty grim and full of rated X content.

One women felt the wrath of her mother for her Christmas Eve film pick.

It’s no surprise her mum is forcing her to apologise.

The Amazon Prime film has been subject to a lot of controversy surrounding the graphic nudity in some scenes, which led to Saltburn star Barry Keoghan to confess that ‘it totally felt right’ to include them.

He went on to say to Men’s Health that the point of nudity in regards to the film was it was all about ‘ownership. This is my place.’

The actor explained: “It’s full confidence in, ‘I can do what I want in this manor. I can strip to my barest and waltz around because this is mine.'”

Unfortunately, this woman’s family didn’t feel the same way.

Featured Image Credit: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Twitter/@applekaurr

Topics: Christmas, Entertainment, TV And Film