Director Of Netflix’s Hit Documentary “In The Name Of God: A Holy Betrayal” Explains They Only Showed 1/10 Of The Horrors Experienced By Some Of Its Members

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Director Cho Sung Hyun of Netflix’s documentary series “In The Name Of God: A Holy Betrayal” spoke about the controversy over its highly disturbing and explicit content.

In MBC’s standard FM show hosted by Kim Jong Bae which aired on the morning of March 7, PD Cho Sung Hyun, who directed the Netflix documentary “In The Name Of God: A Holy Betrayal,” appeared and talked about the behind-the-scenes stories.

“In The Name Of God: A Holy Betrayal,” released on March 3, is an eight-part series that tells the story of a cult leader in modern Korean history and tracing the events and people behind them. Immediately after its release, it caused a huge social stir and became the centre of a controversy, and even Prosecutor General Lee Won Seok ordered a stern response from Jung Myung Seok.

Host Kim Jong Bae said, “Some people said, ‘Do you have to show sex crimes in such detail?

PD Cho Sung Hyun replied,

There are many situations in which human dignity is damaged, such as sexual exploitation of women, men, and sex, child abuse, and labor exploitation. It is sexual abuse of women that people who have seen the most so far.

Rather than this being a controversy over sexual content, this is a fact showing the damage suffered by a daughter for someone else’s home. We actually have even dealt with only one-tenth of the actual level.

There are many people who express regret when they talk on the phone with the victims. They said, ‘Why didn’t you include that part of the story?’

Of course, there will be people who are uncomfortable to see it. In fact, when our team members film, they were sick for a week. It was due to suffering from mental disturbance.”

When asked, “How are the victims living?” he said, “Most of them are living in a life cut off from the past, just living with their husbands well, but they can’t confess how they have come so far and lived.”

 PD Cho Sung Hyun, said,

Sexual exploitation or abuse is so serious that it cannot be compared to what was covered in the broadcast. It’s very, very perverted,”

Kim Jong Bae added, and concluded, “I don’t think I can ask you any more questions on the show.”

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