The film has been the subject of several controversies over its portrayal of the disease and its consequences, and the film’s release has drawn criticism for its lack of an active medical team, a lack of research and the lack of public health warnings about the disease.
The film has received critical acclaim for portraying the disease in a positive light.
Director Matt Reeves, who was born with a rare form of the deadly skin cancer, said the film was meant to show people how to treat it.
“I didn’t think this was a disease that was going to kill people.
But I also knew there were people who needed it,” he told Reuters.
Reeves said that while he was aware that some people with the disease might not be able to see the film, he felt it would be good to show how important it was to help people, especially if they had children.
He said he felt that the film would help people understand the disease more easily and provide more information to help prevent people from getting it.
“It’s about the people, and that’s really the message of this film.
The only way to fight this is to educate people, to educate them about this,” he said.
In a statement, Paramount Pictures said it was aware of the controversy and was considering its options.
Paramount also said it planned to review the film and provide an update at a later date.
Kerry Baca, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said it would take a week to determine if any action should be taken against the film.