A week since its pre-Valentines day release, Fifty Shades of Grey has divided opinions, with mixed responses from cinema-goers and critics alike. Generally the reactions have been as one would expect, with many critics slating the film while fans maintaining the film is everything they’ve been waiting for since E. L. James’ book was released in 2011.
Questions have also been asked as to whether the content in the film condones domestic violence, with protests taking place during the premiere in London.
The River team decided to find out how students of Kingston felt about the film and its content. Unsurprisingly, every student asked had strong opinions on the film’s content and its coverage in the media. Have a look: