So the dilemma is, do you support the film for its historical significance, or boycott the movie because of those involved in making it (as people have previously done with projects from Woody Allen and Roman Polanski).
Selma, also has these provocative and powerful billboards around L.A. at the moment for her Netflix documentary, 13th (titled for the 13th amendment that abolished slavery), about how mass incarceration is an extension of slavery as people have profited from it and the inherently racist U.S. justice system.
billboard for The Purge: Anarchy, these documentary billboards for Under the Gun and this Americons movie billboard.
UPDATED: The 13th documentary ad creative gets an update with critical reviews from the likes of The New York Times, Rolling Stone and Los Angeles Times.
UPDATED: Netflix is giving its timely 13th documentary feature some super-sized support along the Sunset Strip with this giant 'Now more than ever' billboard spied along the Sunset Strip on December 19, 2016.
UPDATED: Netflix continues to unveil strong imagery for its awards campaigning for Ava DuVernay's powerful 13th documentary feature.
UPDATED: Here's another powerful ad for the documentary film spotted above Beverly Boulevard on January 14, 2017.
Plus here's the Oscar and BAFTA nominee billboard version snapped along Melrose Avenue on February 1, 2017.
UPDATED: Plus the BAFTA-winning documentary also received this 'Over 200 years in 100 minutes' version spied in the same Melrose Avenue location on February 12, 2017.