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The director of "Mad Max" kept his word and filmed a boy who was bullied because of his dwarfism in "Furiosa". Trailer

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George Miller stars in Furiosa with Quaden Baze. Source: "Mad Max: Furiosa", Getty

The premiere of the film "Mad Max: Fury Road" directed by George Miller took place at the Cannes International Film Festival. In addition to stars such as Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth, 13-year-old Quaden Baze joined the cast.

As reported by The Independent, the Australian boy gained the support of celebrities when his mother posted a video on Facebook in which he said he wanted to "kill himself." This happened after he was mocked for his dwarfism. However, now Baze can be seen in the prequel to the cult saga.

"It's good for us and it's good for him," said the director of Mad Max in an interview two years ago, "and he did such a good job getting a small part in Furious.

''Mad Max: Furiosa''

Bailes was born with achondroplasia, a type of dwarfism characterized by short stature, normal torso size, and short limbs.

The director of ''Mad Max'' kept his word and filmed a boy who was bullied because of his dwarfism in ''Furiosa''. Trailer

In a viral video from 2020 that was streamed live to raise awareness of the effects of bullying, Quaden can be seen crying in the backseat of his mother's car.

The director of ''Mad Max'' kept his word and filmed a boy who was bullied because of his dwarfism in ''Furiosa''. Trailer

"This is what bullying leads to," his mother said in the deleted video, "Can you please teach your children, family, friends?"

In Ukraine, the premiere of the movie "Mad Max: Furiosa" is scheduled for May 23.

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