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RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ

"A Celebration of Cultic Pagan Hedonism"

What You Need To Know:

RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ mixes together clips from Beyoncé’s most recent worldwide concert tour, in sequence. Beyoncé combines concert footage with many backstage clips of Beyoncé, her staff, her family, and people from the audience, including LGBT attendees, workers and associates. There’s also a sequence back home in Houston with Beyoncé and her mother. They fondly recall Beyoncé’s homosexual cousin, Uncle Jonny. Jonny helped take care of Beyoncé and her sister as children. Before dying of AIDS, he designed some of Beyoncé costumes during the group Destiny’s Child’s heyday.

Beyoncé certainly has a great singing voice. However, RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ has a strong mixed pagan worldview. It promotes hedonism and narcissism while also embracing “community,” but the community is one where Beyoncé literally serves as the Queen Bee. The movie also has politically correct sequences promoting homosexuality, cross-dressing and transgender body mutilation. There’s also many strong obscenities, suggestive dancing, lewd imagery, explicit nudity, some mindless song lyrics, occult content, and brief drug references. The abhorrent content in RENAISSANCE overwhelms its brief support for family, motherhood and hard work.

Content:

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Very strong, lightly mixed pagan worldview in a long concert movie starring and created by popular singer Beyoncé promotes hedonism and narcissism while also embracing “community,” but a community where Beyoncé is the Queen Bee or Queen “Bey” and the community and the movie includes three politically correct sequences promoting homosexuality and transgenderism (there are also many shots of LGBT people in the audience at the concerts; the movie is composed of images from multiple concerts during Beyoncé’s latest world tour), and there are other politically correct moments about identity politics having to do with race, plus some imagery that may be considered occult, but there is a brief prayer scene with concert workers that mentions God and there are sequences promoting family (Beyoncé is married with three children, and there’s a sequence featuring her eldest daughter who trains and dances with the other dancers during one song), plus there’s a light pro-capitalist spin to the creativity and work needed to pull off the big concert tour depicted in the movie;

Foul Language:
At least 84 obscenities (including at least 57 “f” words), and nine light profanities;

Violence:
Brief violent images such as a large set featuring an image of Beyoncé dressed as a mechanical figure with wings holding the reins of a large missile just having been fired;

Sex:
Promotion of homosexual and cross dressing behavior, lots of suggestive dancing, woman touches herself in one pose wearing a metal costume, and erotic imagery includes one giant set where the legs of a woman are clothed in metallic armor with a large tunnel running between the legs, alluding to female sex organs;

Nudity:
At least two large photos of the singer Beyonce show her body barely clothed with round objects covering her nipples and partial rear nudity, singer and her female dancers often wear skimpy outfits that show partial rear female nudity and lots of cleavage, plus there are images of male concert goers and dancers with upper male nudity, and Beyoncé has many homosexual and “transgender” fans so there are concert goers with homosexual and cross-dressing attire that sometimes includes upper male nudity and leather outfits;

Alcohol Use:
Brief alcohol use;

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking, but there are some light verbal references to drugs, and references in at least one song to getting high (the song lyrics are not always clear in the movie, however); and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
The concert footage often seems to portray Beyonce as some kind of goddess, not just as a mind-controlling Queen Bee.

More Detail:

RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ is a concert movie mixing together clips from Beyoncé’s most recent worldwide concert tour, but in sequence, with many backstage clips of Beyoncé, her staff, her family, and people from the audience, including many LGBT attendees. RENAISSANCE includes 35 Beyoncé songs, some positive references to family and a brief prayer to God, but the movie goes on a bit too long, sometimes has more spectacle than music, and has a strong pagan, hedonistic, narcissistic worldview with some mindless lyrics, lots of strong foul language, partial upper and rear female nudity, politically correct pro-homosexual images and comments, other sexual allusions, brief drug references, and some occult imagery.

RENAISSANCE is composed of images and music from multiple concerts during Beyoncé’s latest world tour. The concert movie opens with a huge sign on the stage that reveals a photo of Beyoncé barely wearing any clothes. As the pop music icon comes onstage to perform, the movie takes viewers behind the scenes of the concert. Beyoncé pays tribute to all the hard work that the stagehands, especially many women, did to help build her vision. Other interview sequences pay homage to her mother, her homosexual and transgender fans, associates and workers, and the joys of being a mother. In one sequence, Beyoncé’s eldest daughter, Blue Ivy, is shown preparing for a dance sequence in the concert.

RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ has a very strong mixed pagan worldview. Beyoncé says her concert tour celebrates freedom. However, the movie actually promotes pagan hedonism and narcissism while also embracing “community,” but a community where Beyoncé is the Queen Bee or Queen “Bey.” At one point she appears in a metallic bee outfit. The movie also contains three politically correct sequences promoting homosexuality and transgender body mutilation. There are also many shots of LGBT people in the audience at the concerts. At one point, Beyoncé and her mother speak fondly of a homosexual cousin, “Uncle” Jonny, the son of her mother’s sister, who helped take care of Beyonce and her sister. Jonny also designed some of the dresses Beyoncé wore when she was part of the popular singing group Destiny’s Child.

The frequent hedonism, narcissism and politically correct content in RENAISSAINCE is contrasted with sequences promoting family, motherhood and hard work. There’s also a brief prayer scene with concert workers that mentions God. However, RENAISSANCE also has lots of strong gratuitous foul language and suggestive dancing, lewd imagery, explicit sexual nudity, some mindless song lyrics, occult content, and brief drug references.

Ultimately, the movie’s pagan, hedonistic, politically correct worldview and abhorrent content overwhelms its positive content. Strangely, at one point in the concert, a large sign says, “Whoever controls the media controls the mind.” Despite this nod to media wisdom, Beyoncé seems to enjoy being able to use the media to control and lead her followers to become part of her mind control Bey Hive.


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