This “Racist” French Film Was Dubbed “Too Politically Incorrect” For American Cinemas

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October 13, 2014 7:01pm PST

A comedy that was massively successful in France has been deemed “too politically incorrect” for American movie theaters.

“Qu’est-ce qu’on a fait au Bon Dieu?” which is translated as “Serial (Bad) Weddings” tells the story of two white, old-fashioned, Catholic parents whose three daughters each marry members of different races.

The parents are shocked when the girls marry an Arab Muslim, a North African Jew, and Chinese man, respectively. Their fourth daughter is not yet married, but the parents are stunned to discover that she is engaged to a man from the Ivory Coast.

The film pokes fun at the different races while also showing the parents come to terms with each of their daughter’s husbands.

While the film has made over $12 million in France, the filmmakers say they will not be showing the film in the United States because Americans¬†“would never allow themselves these days to laugh at blacks, Jews or Asians.”

It’s a shame that American audiences will miss out on a hilariously thought-provoking film just because of some stupid race-baiting liberals.

What do you think of this decision? Would the film have a shot at doing well here, or would liberals shut it down? Let us know in the comments below!

H/T: Liveleak

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