A feminist researcher, however, asserts that there aren’t enough speaking female characters in the movie.

Dr. Tanya Roth blasted the box office hit on Twitter for having essentially no female voices in the opening.

Fun fact: There aren’t any female characters until 20 minutes into Oppenheimer, and then there’s a sex scene within a minute, the user tweeted.

Dr. Roth claims that the film does not fairly represent people of color.

To add to this, she tweeted, “I believe there are only two Black guys in the entire movie, and no people of color appear for at least 30 minutes.

J. Robert Oppenheimer’s life as the creator of the atomic bomb is examined in the film, which was directed by Christopher Nolan.

Cillian Murphy portrays Oppenheimer, while Florence Pugh plays his tortured lover Jean Tatlock. Along with Emily Blunt and Robert Downey Jr., the film also features Matt Damon, Emily Blunt, and Rami Malek.

Dr. Roth’s tweet attracted criticism online.

The words of one man were, “It must be exhausting to be this miserable.”

One person remarked, “Anyone who says ‘fun fact’ is never truly expressing anything fun and is usually obnoxious. The movie is set in history.”

“Should history have been changed to better reflect your feelings?” asked a third. “That perfectly sums up everything that is wrong at the moment.”

Dr. Roth then reaffirmed what she had said.

She noted in a tweet that Florence Pugh is visible topless in at least two scenes, one of which is a sex scene.

She continued, “Fun fact: I timed seven minutes, 35 seconds before a male spoke in Barbie. No sexual content.”

Oppenheimer is the only film Nolan has directed containing a sexual scene.

He acknowledged to Insider that he was ‘nervous’ about going into unfamiliar territory.

“Whenever you’re challenging yourself to work in areas you haven’t worked in before, you should be appropriately nervous, careful, planned, and prepared,” he advised.

The renowned director claimed that examining the relationship between Oppenheimer and Tatlock was essential to the success of the film.

“When you look at Oppenheimer’s life and you look at his story, that aspect of his life, the aspect of his sexuality, his way with women, and the charm that he exuded, it’s an essential part of his story,” he told Insider.

He added, “It felt very important to understand their relationship, to really see inside of it, and to understand what made it tick without being coy or allusive about it, but to try and be intimate, to try and be in there with him, and fully understand the relationship that was so important to him.”

Currently, Oppenheimer is showing in theaters all around the world.