From Clutch Magazine:
After nearly a year of debate, the film adaptation of Robert Vuijsje’s controversial novel Alleen Maar Nette Mensen (Only Decent People) is gearing up to his theaters in the Netherlands next month.
The book follows a well-off Jewish college student who realizes he has “craving for black beauties with huge boobs and bum.” The young man decides to ditch his girlfriend and find the curvaceous black woman of his dreams.
Some in the Netherlands’ black community called the novel racist because they felt it negatively portrayed black women as hyper-sexual, while others argued that the on-screen depictions were accurate for some women so they weren’t actually offensive.
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