Thursday, February 23, 2017

Cinematographers Say the Interview with the Swedish Policemen in 'Stockholm Syndrome' Was Wrongfully Edited

The cinematographers who worked with filmmaker Ami Horowitz's short documentary "Stockholm Syndrome" say that the segment with the two Swedish policemen that were interviewed was wrongfully edited, and they have the raw footage to back up their claim.

"We don't stand behind it. It shocked us. He has edited the answers. We were answering completely different questions in the interview. This is bad journalism," said Anders Göranzon in an interview with DN.

The Swedish cinematographer Emil Marczak, who filmed the interview, now confirms the policemen's story. Marczak tells DN that Horowitz "time and again tried to get the policemen to agree with him".

"I would never have participated if I had known how unethically and frivolously the material would be edited. To double check that my memory is correct I have gone through the raw material and it confirms the policemen’s view of the course of events", Emil Marczak says.

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