The famous Spanish star Penelope Cruz, whom we remember from cinemas such as Pirates of the Caribbean and Barcelona, is getting ready to meet the audience at the Venice Film Festival with a cinema called Parallel Mothers. The poster of the cinema, which describes a time when the paths of two mothers crossed, about nudity censorship of Instagram, which has a pretty strict rules is stuck.
The poster, designed by Spanish artist Javier Jaen for his cinema, features a nipple resembling an eye and a drop of milk on the tip, just like a tear. Instagram removed this photo because it found it against the platform’s rules, and then it started getting reactions from Jaem, Penelope and many fans. After the criticisms he received reloads deleted posts social media platform apologized for deleting the photo.
“We are very sorry for the confusion we have caused”
The poster, which is the subject of speech, is indeed algorithms as well as individuals ‘ obscene‘ we do not share the poster of the cinema directly because it contains an image suitable for being found. But our curious readers click here can view the banner.
Javier Jaen, who designed the poster, for Instagram after noticing that his post had been removed. “you should be ashamed of yourself” used the terms. Arguing that the poster does not violate the rules against nudity, Jaen made the following statements; “This is probably the first image I saw when I was born. A company like Instagram tells me my job is dangerous, that people shouldn’t see it, that it’s pornographic. How many people do they tell their bodies are bad, their bodies are dangerous?”
Upon this incident, Instagram saw reactions from many people, including Penelope Cruz, and had to take a step back. The social media platform, which restored the deleted photos, made the following statements; “We make exceptions to allow nudity in reasonable circumstances, including when there is clear artistic context. We have therefore restored posts that shared the Almodóvar movie poster on Instagram and we are very sorry for the confusion we have caused.”