Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Actress in Muhammed Movie Says She Was Deceived, Had No Idea It Was About Islam

More evidence of deception surrounding the movie that has set off outrage in the Muslim world.

According to Gawker, the actors who appeared in the movie had no idea they were starring in anti-Islam propaganda film which depicts Muhammed as a child molester and thug. They were deceived by the film's director, believing they were appearing in a film about the life of a generic Egyptian 2,000 years ago.

Cindy Lee Garcia, an actress from Bakersfield, Calif., was given a script that was titled simply Desert Warriors.

"It was going to be a film based on how things were 2,000 years ago," Garcia told Gawker. "It wasn't based on anything to do with religion, it was just on how things were run in Egypt. There wasn't anything about Muhammed or Muslims or anything."

According to Gawker, the film was even dubbed after filming:
For example, at 9:03 in the trailer, Garcia berates her husband, who wants to send their daughter to Muhammed: "Is your Muhammed a child molester?" she says in the final product. But the words are dubbed over what she actually said. The line in the script—and the line Garcia gave during filming—was, "is your God a child molester," Garcia told us today.
Garcia says she was horrified when she saw the end product.

According to Garica, her three days on set last July were unremarkable. The film's mysterious pseudonymous writer and director, "Sam Bacile," has claimed to be an Israeli real estate mogul. But he claimed to be Egyptian on the set, according to Garcia.


  1. There are two reasons I think that the actress is lying about what she actually said in the script.

    First, she does not say "is your God a child molester" at 9:05 in the trailer. Go to the video and read her lips. Yes, the word "Muhammed" was dubbed over some word(s). But "Muhammed" was not dubbed over the word "god."

    Second, the question "Is your God a child molester?" makes no sense in light of the dialogue. The man in the scene says "My daughter shall have the stars." The actress claims that she replies "Is your god a child molester?" She continues, "Our daughter is but a child, and he is 55 years old." To whom is she referring? To the person that that the word "Muhammed" was dubbed over. Not to god. God makes absolutely no sense in light of the context.

    Is she lying or did she forget what was in the script? I don't know. However, it appears, based upon her lips and the context of the script, that she did not say "god."

    1. From other sections of the script, I'd say the line was "Is your master a child molester?"

  2. On the dubbing of all the religious references

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