French Group Is Trying To Ban Kids From Watching Fifty Shades Freed
February 27, 2018 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Now you’re substantially meditative to yourself “Twelve year olds can see Fifty Shades in France?” The answer is yes, they can. French film ratings are called certificates, and they are formed on a recommendation from a Board of Film Classification. The Ministry of Culture afterwards issues a placement certificate that falls into one of 5 categories: U-Tous Publics (All Publics), 12-banned for those underneath 12, 16-banned for those underneath 16, 18-banned for those underneath ei19hteen and Interdiction that is a sum anathema on a film. Fifty Shades Freed now enjoys a U rating, definition anyone of any age can see it. If this seems like a European thing, it’s not. In Britain, we have to be 18 to see a execution of this good adore story, so clearly this is only a France thing and substantially only reflects a disproportion in enlightenment and what we hold as taboo.