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"Violent films, such as "the Brigade", have been blamed for causing crime rates to rise in our country: whether or not "the Brigade" should be taken off the air"
The crime rate in many cities is rising alarmingly. Some people have the idea that violent films, for example "the Brigade", are the cause of real crime. However many others disagree that TV violence can be blamed for this rise. While both sides of the question of whether violent film "the Brigade" may or may not be to blame are supported by good reasons, personally, I am against the removal of violent films.
Those who believe that violent TV films cause crime give many reasons. First, many viewers are children who have not formed a strong understanding of right and wrong. They often imitate what they see. If a person on TV gets what she or he wants by stealing it, a child may copy this behaviour. Thus, the child has learned unacceptable values. Second, many heroes in today's programs achieve their goals by violent means. For example, in "the Brigade" the main characters, Sasha Belyi, Kos, Fill, and Pchela, achieve their goals and become very rich by means of violence, illegality, and lawlessness which even comes to murder. Unfortunately, viewers might get used to this kind of life shown on TV and might use similar means to achieve their objectives, thus somehow resulting in an increase in crime rate. Finally, people get ideas about how to commit crimes from watching TV. For this reason heroes from violent films can sometimes set not a very good example.
Other people, whom I also relate to, argue that violent films have no relation to the rise in crime rates. First, they claim that social factors, such as unemployment and homelessness, are to blame. Nowadays it is very difficult to lead productive life by means of having no job, no government support but having wife and children. It means that social press…