Making Of Action Scenes Have Been Banned In Paris

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Authorities in Paris, capital of France, have banned making of action scenes in Paris after attacks on Charlie Aebdo and Jews market
Selvi Brno, Paris police commander said: “The problem with action scenes is that actors pretending in uniforms in these movies could be targeted”
He added, “The actors can confuse people as well in this sensitive time”
The police commander said that during film making use of special effects and fake weapon will also be banned.
Remember that in attach on Charlie Aebdo and Jews market 20 were killed in attacks. After the attacks of armed police and military sensitive installations, Sayna Gugs, are guarding media offices and shopping centers.
Sylvie Brno said he cannot announce how long the film making will be banned. “I was stunned when I heard that eye witnesses of Charlie Aebdo attack said on TV channel that it seemed to be such an action movie scene”
The Paris famous location for film making and especially the Eiffel Tower and Louviere Pyramid
According to official statistics, in Paris last year 930 films were made, of which 20 were international productions. A latest film made in Paris is ‘Edge of tomorrow’.
Cinema mission’s Agnes Naygut Said that this ban will have a significant impact on American film productions.