Extreme Engagement is about an Australian couple who embark on a year-long journey to “explore marriage customs in diverse cultures.”
Just watched the first episode of @netflix ‘s #ExtremeEngagement and all I can say is it’s the most ridiculous colonial BS I’ve ever experienced. White people talking about how they’re white and how they people they’re visiting do things that are gross and weird is BLATANT RACISM
— Lindsay Bilodeau (@lindsay_b11) July 12, 2019
Started to watch extreme engagement on Netflix, wow how insensitive to other cultures. I could not watch another minute of two people who clearly are out for themselves whilst disrespecting others. Shame on you both.
— Linda Elezovich (@LindaElezovich) July 12, 2019
I can't wrap my head around my opinions of Extreme Engagement.
— ShreSays (@shresays) July 12, 2019
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Ok, so I’m not really the Acai breakfast bowl posting type (although ironically, I did have one today). So it’s lucky we had a fancy photo shoot the other day so I have something to post. Phew. 😅 Hey check out that … camera rig! Just kidding @PJmadam … the tripod is pretty sexy too. 😉 A few years back we started a company called Wildman Films to make #extremeengagement for @Netflix. If you're wondering who's boss, for heaven's sake don't ask – you're bound to upset one of us. Not sure what has been harder – surviving a year in the wild together or be initiated into the world of business, but I wouldn't have done it with any other. 😍 Photography by: @jeremychohphoto Styling by: @cheryltanstylist Hair (obviously not mine) by: @richi_grisillo Make up by: @mikelesimonbeauty