Bryan Cranston, who played Walter White in the much-acclaimed series Breaking Bad, talked about Cancel Culture. Let’s talk about that unorganized and socially based movement that launches broken protests against everything considered politically and ideologically “incorrect.”
Those who support Cancel Culture believe that if details emerge that are not considered in line with today’s progressive ideas in films, TV series, songs, or cultural products of any kind, prompt censorship must intervene.
Bryan Cranston talked about an actor who also passed through a not very politically correct comedy in Seinfeld and Malcolm in the Middle. “We live in this culture that erases those who make mistakes and hurts – whether on purpose or by mistake – and there is less capacity for forgiveness in our world.”
Bryan Cranston hopes the new year brings changes to "cancel culture." pic.twitter.com/sSzq59ZOxk— AP Entertainment (@APEntertainment) December 31, 2020
“I think we are, unfortunately, in a coarser environment. I believe our societies have become weaker and less understanding, less tolerant. I think we should take a second look and realize that asking for forgiveness and receiving forgiveness are not weaknesses, but human strengths”.