The ghost ship cast and crew say they were afraid to speak out on the set of the ghostly film The Ghost Ship, saying they were worried that the movie would harm the careers of its directors and actors.
The cast and filmmakers spoke to The Associated Press about the film, which was shot on location in South Africa and was released last month.
They told AP that they are worried the film will be used to attack them and their careers.
The film centers on a group of survivors living in the town of Oruro.
The film follows a group called the “Oruro Six,” who seek refuge in a small cabin.
The crew says they did not know about the filming until the trailer was released.
They said they had not been told about the project until the trailers were released.
In a statement to The AP, the cast and crews said they are working hard to raise awareness about the documentary.
They added that they have spoken with the filmmaker, and hope that he will be able to do better.
The filmmakers say they have been speaking with several Hollywood film distributors and producers.
The studio and distributor have not yet responded to the AP’s request for comment.