Our expert says:
I guess you're speaking of a film you watched, presumably on TV ? Your reaction illustrates the point that the warnings given for viewers on films concentrate on ages in years, and the sensitivirty of the viewer often doesn't really match calendar years.
I'm surprised that it took you so long to realize that this was a fictional story. Even where they say they are based on real events, its not a documentary, and usually just suggested by something that may have happened.
Try discussing this with others, perhaps among your friends, who also saw the movie. Push yourself to get it in proportion - it WAS NOT REAL. Such things, and other nasty things do happen in real life, but not everywhere or all the time ; and look at what the victims of such crimes could and should have done to protect themselves. Maybe one needs to learn to be less naive and trusting over the internet, where anyone you contact might be anyone else, pretending.
Obsessing too much over this particular film, is like getting worried by other films and expecting soppy vampires or Transformer monsters to arrive in the garden. Stories in films and TV shows are often trash, cynically designed to grip you, so someone can make a profit out of that. But they offer us a chance to think realistically about actual, rather than ficional, risks.
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