Discordant scenes in the drama a ‘necessity’?


Today I see discordant scenes such as rape and obscenity in local dramas shown on television, as if it is a ‘must’.

Sometimes I feel such a scene, there is no need without it, it doesn’t spoil the story line.

If dramas and movies used to be around the 80s, discordant scenes were symbolized by something else such as wilting flowers or broken glass plates. It is said to be sweeter.

Nowadays, the most unpleasant thing is when there is a dissonant scene involving a boy, highlighted by acting that shows hand parts and facial reactions. It is no longer symbolized like in the drama Suri Hati that just finished showing on television recently.

Whenever Laila, played by Nadia Brian, remembers a crime incident from her childhood, the scene is sure to play.

Is the television insensitive about the rights of children that should be protected? They shouldn’t be playing such a character that maybe he doesn’t even know that he is doing something that is not suitable for public viewing.

I imagine how his parents could allow their child to act in such a scene? Is that what is called open-mindedness?

Those of us who have teenage children are ashamed to watch such a scene even if it is just an act.

The question is, why in the Mat Salleh drama, can the kissing scene be censored? But in the Malay drama, the discord scene is held?

I raise this issue because such dramas are arranged by television stations for public viewing, other than paid programs that we can choose according to our own taste.

Quoting Psychologist, Prof Datin Dr Mariani Md Nor, when children have entered the world of puberty, the instinct to have sex is already there, plus when they have been exposed to many elements of sex (on the internet).

I think the acting in the drama, rather than the sex education, is important for us to know because the knowledge is more touching on aspects of health and safety.

Today we have been exposed to such scenes that we can see at the tip of our fingers.

Enough is enough, no need to be served on television. Give the audience a story and a constructive filling.

I and many other parents miss family dramas like Opah and crazy dramas like Kampung People.

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Nor Afzan Mohamad Yusof, Assistant News Editor, Utusan Malaysia.





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