One of my all time favourite movies – and not just because of its extreme antifeminist content – is Leon: The Professional. Made in 1994 you might have seen it – it was a big hit mainstream movie and a truly excellent movie.
The film centers around adult Leon and 12yo Mathilda. The idea that they are girlfriend and boyfriend is never made explicit in the final film but you get a strange sense of what could almost be a slightly romantic relationship.
However, it gets even better if you watch some of the deleted cutscenes such as this one:
At that point the pairs relationship is made much more explicit and you will realise that the movie really is at its core a truly heretic antifeminist underage romance movie. Or indeed, if you read the original script (before it got rewritten to be more PC) then it gets better still, e.g. one example from the script:
I love you, Léon…. Totally. It’s the first time I feel it that strong. It’s also the first time I trust a man. I trust you.
She caresses his hand.
…I love your hands….
Léon…in your hands…I’d like you to be my first lover.
Obviously if Leon were made today a paedophile ring in Hollywood would be discovered by the FBI as soon as the deleted cutscene and script appeared but even before that just the final watered down film would probably result in a whole horde of hysterical femihags screaming about the “sexualisation of young girls” and “paedophile apologia”.
This just goes to show how far feminism has taken society in trying to clamp down on something that was and is perfectly normal – and I think there are many other antifeminist movies out there made prior to the millennium. Perhaps I should start an antifeminist movie site?
Note: I tried to mention this movie on the J4MB blog here but alas I think facts are considered too unPC by Mike and he’d rather live in his feminist fairy tale world of locking up women for banging 14 year old boys.