Malaysia Bans Fifty Shades of Grey for ‘Sadistic’ Content

February 5, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey

Good news for Fifty Shades of Grey fans who disturbed that a film wouldn’t be risque enough: The Malaysian Film Censorship Board has criminialized a film from display in a country’s cinemas, job it some-more like “pornography than a movie.”

Chairman Datuk Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid described a film as non-professional for a Malaysian audience, adding that a sex featured was not “natural,” The Star reports.

“The house done a preference in perspective of a film containing scenes that are not of healthy passionate content,” he said. “The calm is some-more sadistic, featuring scenes of a lady being tied to a bed and whipped.”

The movie, formed on E L James’s bestselling novel of a same name, perceived an R rating in a United States for “strong passionate content,” “graphic nudity” and “unusual behavior.”

“That’s a initial time we have listened that term,” film historian Leonard Maltin told USA Today, referring to a “unusual behavior.”

“It’s a newest euphemism,” he added. Curious? Fifty Shades of Grey hits theaters Feb. 13, unless you’re Kim Kardashian.

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