Saudi Arabia follows an austere form of Islam where religious police patrol the streets to enforce a strict moral standard including no mixing of unrelated men and women, as well as no drugs and alcohol.
You had people shooting down satellite dishes, burning down little cassette tape shops.
Mazen Abdul-Jawad, 32, has gone into hiding after appearing two weeks ago on Lebanese channel LBC -- mainly owned by Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal -- where he spoke to camera from his bedroom in the Saudi Red Sea city of Jeddah about how couples can spice up their sex lives.
They then embark on surreptitiously making a no-budget horror film at great personal risk.
Quinn also sees a rise coming in the onset and popularity of Saudi films within the next couple of years.
The program will continue from 5 pm to 12 pm on Friday at Al-Faroosiya Club Tariq Asfan Jeddah.