Pages

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

POLICE REPORTS FILED AGAINST MOVIE HEROINE'S LOVE OF EATING SPICY PORK (INDONESIA)

SHE LOVES SPICY PORK HE IS FORBIDDEN TO EAT IT 
The latest movie from director Hanung Bramantyo, Cinta Tapi Beda (Love but Different), has been reported to the Jakarta Police by several ethnic-based communities.
The movie depicts an interfaith couple—a Minang-Catholic woman and a Javanese-Muslim man—who are struggling to win the approval of their parents.
The Indonesian Minang Youth Community and Minangkabau Cultural and Society Coordination Body reported the movie for allegedly promoting hatred against the Minang ethnic group.
“Most Minang people are known as devout Muslims. The movie shows the opposite,” community lawyer Zulhendri Hasan said on Monday.
He claimed that most Minang people were offended by dialog in which the female character--played by Agni Pratistha--said that she loved spicy pork, which is forbidden for Muslims.
Zulhendri said that Hanung should have just created an unspecific interfaith couple without explaining the ethnic backgrounds.
He also called on the Film Censorship Board (LSF) to withdraw the movie from theaters, tempo.co reported.

SHEER LUNACY

READ MORE
http://www2.thejakartapost.com/news/2013/01/07/movie-about-interfaith-couple-reported-police.html

2 comments:

  1. i am thinking of filing a lawsuit against Islam and all the Muslims of the world.

    ReplyDelete