Screenshot "Jane" (from source)
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Amman – The Department of Electronic Crimes Prosecutor asked on Thursday to take measures to stop the broadcast of the first Arab series filmed in Jordan by Netflix. The court source told the France-Presse Agency that "the chief prosecutor in Oman ordered the Electronic Security Unit of the Public Security Directorate to take urgent measures necessary to stop the publication and publication of the Gen series because it contains parts that are contrary to the law and morality and public morality.
Netflix showed the first episode of the series on Thursday, which sparked excitement on social networks and among Jordans, who mainly repudiated "some scenes and obscenity" in the first production of the company in Arabic, Pictures in Jordan. The series is a fictional quiz that tells the story of the release of a group of teenagers released "Jen" during a school trip to the city of Peter of the archaeological southern Saudi Arabia.
The Jordanian Press Authority issued a statement confirming that "such production does not fall within its powers, such as control and control of scenarios, or technical and technical issues in terms of preparation, production, presentation and exit, in accordance with the provisions of the Law on audio and visual media, "I saw it from pistols and series scenes, and those scenes were not approved in the event presented to the media."
However, she noted that "as long as such scenes reach the knowledge of the Monitoring Directorate, they will be followed by the relevant authorities to prevent the display of such scenes within the Jordan, either with the Royal Commission for Film or with any other competent technical authority."
The series "Jane" is produced by American brothers Alan and Rajiv Dasani and the Libyan director and producer Mirjan Bou Chaia, directed by Amin Matalqa, and Jordanian actors Salma Malhas and Hamza Aqab participated in the Jordanian national team.