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Socrates Sarfo Teaches Porn

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Socrates Sarfo Teaches Porn

SENSATIONAL movie producer Socrates Sarfo has for the umpteenth time dabbled in another controversy about pornographic movies.

This time round, Socrates seems to have gathered some lessons in pornography and he is in a hurry to educate Ghanaian journalists on the subject.

He has taken a swipe at the Ghanaian media, accusing journalists of being too ignorant to know the difference between a pornographic movie and an erotic movie.

Socrates earned for himself the name ‘Hot Fork Man’, after his contentious ‘Hot Fork’ movie started raising eyebrows in town and generated a huge public debate on whether or not it could be classified as pornography.

Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review last Saturday, Socrates said he had been exonerated over the ‘Hot Fork’ movie because while the Ghanaian media had classified it as porn and taken him to the cleaners, a group of American researchers who he showed the movie to said it was far from pornography and thus could not be classified as one.

Socrates was so excited about exposing the supposed ignorance Ghanaian journalists had about pornographic movies to an extent that another panel member on the live program, Arnold Asamoah Baidu, cautioned him to limit his condemnation to the specific journalists who tagged ‘Hot Fork’ as porn.

Interestingly, despite the public outcry ‘Hot Fork’ generated, the movie, as at February this year, had sold some 80,000 plus copies and was still doing well on the Ghanaian market.

‘Hot Fork’ does not exactly show graphic details about sex as a normal pornographic movie would, but it certainly has some sexually explicit scenes that can turn a man on.

Socrates, in a previous interview with NEWS-ONE, denied the movie was a low budget pornographic film.

“It is not that I cannot do a high budget movie. I have tried that a couple of times but the idea behind ‘Hot Fork’ is to give the market what buyers want and I know it would sell,” Socrates Sarfo told NEWS-ONE barely two month ago.

Source: NewsOne

 

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