« on: October 01, 2015, 05:19:24 AM »
Hi Mike....I definitely dont what to get personal so no need for judgement here. The topic is the issue and its implications not those of us discussing them, so hope I did not come across that way.
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For what it's worth, the process of filmmaking is very different compared to the finished product. The magic of post-production. Sorry if I'm stating the obvious, but it might help you understand why a parent would let their child work on such a film. What appears violent and gory is anything but while on set. In the case of the film you saw, they'd walk the child through the process numerous times. They would show how everything is fake, including the weapon in their hand (which would be made of hard foam). They would see where the fake blood comes from, and the crewmember who controls it. Doing all this takes away any brutality and realness, turning it sort of into a game instead.
I highly doubt the parents would let their child watch the finished film until they were older.
Out of curiosity, what was the name of the film?
Well playing devil's advocate, a lot of porn IS evil. It's not just procreation, it's violent, misogynistic, garbage. This is another topic altogether though and I'm not sure exactly how it fits with the topic I raised.