Initially receiving rave reviews, feedback on Disney's live action Mulan has chilled considerably after reports that Disney filmed substantial portions of the movie in China’s Xinjiang province, with the blessing and cooperation of the Chinese Communist government.
Xinjiang is the home province of some 12 million Muslim Uighurs that live in China. According to the U. S. State Department, over one million of them have been moved to concentration camps where “they are starved, abused, tortured, electrocuted, raped and even killed.”
A major question asked surrounding every major movie release these days will the film feature an obvious LGBT character? Disney has become a major supporter of the LGBT community, sprinkling LGBT characters generously across its film properties since the live-action remake of “Beauty and the Beast."