Cabot Theater Apologizes After Political Stir at Jaws Screening

The Cabot Theater in Massachusetts has apologized for a recent event that unexpectedly delved into political controversy. The theater had hosted a screening of the classic film Jaws, which featured actor Richard Dreyfuss, who starred in the movie, sharing his thoughts on actress/director Barbra Streisand and gender transitions for children prior to the screening. While the full transcript of Dreyfuss's remarks has not been released, a video from the event shows the audience cheering after his speech.

The theater expressed regret that the event became a platform for political views, acknowledging that it caused discomfort to some attendees and taking full responsibility for the oversight. In defense of his father, Ben Dreyfuss stated that despite their differing opinions on various issues, it is acceptable for people to have diverse viewpoints.

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