”Amo” tells the story of a Filipino high schooler caught in his country’s drug war. It’s Netflix’s first original series from the Philippines — and it’s already garnered some major international criticism.
That’s because of its depiction of the Philippines’ deadly drug war.
Human rights groups argue the series normalizes and even ”actively promotes” extrajudicial killings and anti-drug vigilantes. A mother, who says her son was gunned down by a group of those vigilantes, has started a Change.org petition to cancel the show.
Netflix said in a statement to BuzzFeed, ”We understand that viewers may have opposing opinions but leave it to them to decide.
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