BEIJING (AFP) - A leading rights group has accused a Hollywood film studio of profound insensitivity after it shot scenes for a comedy in an eastern Chinese city where a prominent blind activist is under house arrest. Relativity Media which has backed films including Bridesmaids, The Social Network and Salt last week shot scenes for its new movie 21 and Over in Linyi in Shandong province. Chen Guangcheng, a self-taught blind lawyer who has been under house arrest since completing a jail term of more than four years in September 2010, lives in Linyi with his wife and daughter. He was jailed in 2006 for creating a disturbance after campaigning against forced abortions and sterilisations under Chinas one-child family planning policy. The company describes the film as a wild epic misadventure of debauchery and mayhem about three friends celebrating a 21st birthday prompting Human Rights Watch to condemn filming in the area without addressing Chens plight. Relativity Media shows at the very least profound insensitivity to the realities of what is happening in Linyi, Phelim Kine, Asia researcher for Human Rights Watch, told AFP. Relativity Media owes an apology to Chen Guangcheng and his family... this kind of conduct is unacceptable, he added, calling on the company to leverage their influence with local authorities on the issue.