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Yvette Watkins and Naomi Ansah

The movies we have watched and still intend to watch on these video streaming platforms comprises mainly of action-packed American movies with just a little percentage from other continents. With this realization and in line with Sigismondi's argument on the importance of international representation on these streaming platforms, it will be a welcome development to be exposed to people's culture and pattern of behaviors from other lands. With local content coming directly from them, biases and stereotypes can be corrected. This can foster love and deeper appreciation of these people we may never get to meet but would be better off knowing that we have no false ideology.

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