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It' had catastrophic effects on our cinemas and the entire industry,' he said.
A Thai Buddhist monks horn movie "fearing he could ruin the faith".
Thai filming of horrors about Buddhist friars was forbidden because of concerns that it could "destroy" the majoritarian belief in the empire, the government said on Tuesday. It has appealed against certain parts of the movie "Arbat", among them a kisses sequence and a sequence in which a religious is shown under the influence of narcotics. For a long time the ecclesiastical community was worshipped in the overwhelming Buddhist Thailand, but in recent years it has been shaken by scandal such as gaming and sex work as well as bribery in the ever richer churches, supported by contributions from the believers.
"There are some moments in the picture that will ruin Buddhism. When it is shown, people's confidence in Buddhism will deteriorate," said Somchai Surachatri, spokesperson for the Thai National Office of Buddhism, the AFP. Sahamongkol International said on Tuesday that he was getting ready to adapt some parts of the story before submitting it again.
Contributions have long been the foundation of Thai Buddhism - every day barefoot Buddhist friars in their neighborhood do charity, while many believers "earn" by giving funds to the Temple. Wiraphol Sukphol, a prominent notorious friar who takes himself by plane in a personal plane, caused particular indignation.
The other embarassing events in recent months have included a friar who has been detained for repeated acts of sex abuse, a clergyman in civil dress who drinks drink and smashes a vehicle, and priests who are supposed to be celibates and have friends.
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