If you ever needed proof that the internet and fandom were at fault, look no further than a documentary about Holocaust survivors by the name Andor being spammed with reviews of war of stars fans.
Andorthe war of stars series, has been quite a sleeper hit for Disney Plus, with the decision to air the first three episodes at once arguably a mistake for the show as it didn’t really start gearing up until episode three and beyond. Since the initial dip in interest, it has performed exceptionally well, with much praise for its depiction of the rise of fascist governments and general political commentary.
One might think, considering the said topic of reporting about fascism, war of stars Fans might avoid using a letterboxed page for a documentary about a survivor of an actual fascist regime as a place to review a piece of science fiction. The Brazilian-American Documentary Andor follows the only living Brazilian survivor of the Holocaust – Andor Stern – but war of stars Fans on Letterboxd don’t seem to notice or, worse, care.
While some of the reviews claim ignorance, it almost seems like they’re trying to be edgy and funny by posting theirs war of stars Reviews of a harrowing documentary about one of the darkest chapters in human history. For a while, the documentary’s letterboxed page didn’t even have a full description, but even then, you would surely double-check that you’re on the right page.
Letterboxd has since come to correct and moderate all reviews, as we all learn war of stars Fans can’t be trusted online. Sad but almost fitting considering there are quite a few sections war of stars Fans who seem genuinely pondering how the Empire “didn’t do anything wrong” or completely disregarding the series themes.
The upside is that after this debacle, the documentary is likely to get more viewers, which bodes well for student filmmaker Vitor Vilaverde Dias.
That war of stars series Andor is currently available to stream in full on Disney Plus.
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