VinCentiments Issues Statement Over Online Class Episode

VinCentiments has issued a statement over its Online Class episode that received the backlash of netizens.

VinCentiments Issues Statement Over Online Class Episode
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Recently, the social media page of independent theater group SaWakas, which posts hugot to real-life rants through a short film, expressed its views about online class.

However, instead of gaining massive support from the people on social media, the short film was heavily criticized.

It even caught the attention of the UP College of Education Student Council which published an open letter addressed to the producers and director of VinCentiments.

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But in an official statement, the theater group maintained its stand in the online class.

“We will not apologize for hurt that’s taken by choice. We can only explain our art to you; we cannot understand it for you. They watch us not with the intention of understanding, but with the intention of misreading the message,” said VinCentiments.

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Darryl Yap, the writer of the short film also aired his side about the short film.

In a post on Sunday, August 9, he thanked those who understood the message of the short film especially teachers who share the same sentiments as its message implies.

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