Megan is Missing: Banned Film Sparks Controversy on Social Media
In New Zealand, the film "Megan is Missing" has been outlawed.
The movie shows brutal sexual assault and violence.
The film has received warnings for being upsetting and triggering.
In 2020, "Megan is Missing" attracted widespread popularity on TikTok.
Due to the distressing nature of the movie, several people advised others not to watch it.
The movie, in the director's opinion, serves as a warning against cyber predators.
The film has drawn flak for exploiting actual pain and for being overly dramatic.
The New Zealand prohibition has spurred discussions about censorship and the government's role in controlling the media.
The "Megan is Missing" debate has brought attention to the need of ethical and responsible filmmaking.