Recently a cinematographer was accidentally shot to death on a movie set when the star of the film, actor Alec Baldwin, discharged a gun containing live bullets. The tragedy has highlighted the issue of safety during filming. Some say the quick pace of movie production means safety measures are often ignored, and special effects should replace weapons on sets. Others argue that realistic movie-making requires real weapons to be used, and strengthening safety protocols can prevent future problems. Listen to hear how a movie shoot turned deadly and then debate: Should guns be allowed on movie sets?
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