General Security denies banning Too Much Love Will Kill You

Sat 05 Jan 2013 at 15:19 Education & Culture

NNA - The General Security general directorate denied on Saturday claims of banning the movie Too Much Love Will Kill You from Lebanese theaters, stating that such allegations by Lebanese-French director Christophe Karabache were a cheap publicity stunt at the expense of Lebanon and its public institutions.

Karabache said, in an interview with Skies Media website on Friday, he was shocked over the alleged ban.
"General Security prohibited the movie for insulting the Lebanese state and for containing a radical view of society as well as degenerate and deviant ideas," he said.

However, the directorate strongly denied these accusations, adding that no company has applied for a license to show the film in Lebanese cinemas.


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