I read somewhere that the Texas senator (I think?) indicting Netflix for streaming the film is complaining that the film has no artistic, literary, whatever the SLAPS test checks for, merit. Maybe I have my facts wrong. But he obviously hasn't watched the film. Even if it depicted a hardcore sex orgy involving children and adults on stage at a dance competition (and obviously, it doesn't), that wouldn't change the fact that it is a legitimate piece of art. Nor would it change the fact that child porn doesn't have to meet the legal requirements for obscenity in order to be outlawed. But far be it from me to expect a politician to, you know, understand the law.