The man who produced the film, which is said to have led to the deadly protests in Libya and became the reason of death of the US Ambassador Chris Stevens, has gone into hiding, but remains unrepentant for releasing his film, says a report.
Sam Bacile, who wrote, directed and produced the two-hour film ‘Innocence of Muslims’, also reportedly called Islam ‘a cancer’ and vowed to release further films about the religion.
Bacile, who described himself as an Israeli Jew, is said to live in California where he works in real estate.
According to the Telegraph, he claimed the film cost 3.3 million dollars to make and was financed with the help of over 100 Jewish donors.
He added that he had worked with 60 actors and 45 crew members to make the film in a three-month period last year in California.
Bacile said that far from apologising, he intends to make further films on the subject.
“My plan is to make a series of 200 hours” about the same subject,” he told a US-based news agency.
The agency said that Bacile was apologetic about the American deaths in Benghazi, but he blamed lax embassy security and the perpetrators of the violence for the dastardly act.
“I feel the security system [at the embassies] is no good. America should do something to change it,” he said.