This Friday, November 30th, one of the most anticipated series of fans arrives at Netflix. The scandalous case happened in 2005.
This Friday 30th comes Netflix controversial prime: it is a "baby", an Italian controversial series that takes place in an institute where children of wealthy families attend.
For some, there will be more than one resemblance to the Spanish "Elite" series. However, the difference is that the "baby" is based on a real case that shook Italy in 2005: two girls who went daily to one of the most prestigious institutes in Rome and at night acted as prostitutes for politicians, lawmakers and men of strength country.
"Baby" is based on the Italian scandal known as "baby squillo" (meaning a small prostitute). Two adolescent girls aged 14 and 15 worked in the rich neighborhood of Parioli (Rome) to pay expensive clothes, cell phones and other scraps. In this network of child prostitution are involved business people and politicians, including Mauro Floriani, wife of Alessandra Mussolini, granddaughter Benita Mussolini.
In the series, the protagonists are Chiara (Benedetta Porcaroli) and Ludovica (Alice Pagani). This premier has already had a few criticisms, in particular Lisa Thompson, vice president of the United States National Sexual Abuse Center, who described Netflix's "hypocrite" to dismiss Kevin Spacey, but at the same time funded that series.
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