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Gay sex scene filmed at Acropolis sparks outrage in Greece

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Departhenon, was released in December and quickly went viral over a scene featuring explicit gay sex at the Acropolis, a Unesco World Heritage site and historical and cultural icon in Greece.In the film, two men are depicted partially undressed and having sex while surrounded by several people, shielding them from the view of tourists and others who can be heard moving around the Acropolis.The film’s anonymous producers claim the film is an “artwork that is also a political action” and say they chose to film at the Acropolis because it is “a space which is aggressively charged with heteronormal and nationalistic values,” the Independent reports.But Departhenon‘s sex scene has instead inspired nationwide backlash, with the president of Greece’s Actor’s Association calling the film shameful.“No one can use the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis for so-called activist actions and revolutionary acts, which are in fact both stupid and immoral,” Spyros Bibilas said during a recent TV interview.“You can’t do everything in the name of activism.

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