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16 Aug 2018, 8:27 pm

I know there was one james bond 007 film ["from Russia with love"] they fairly cut to shreds to get an A rating, I wonder if the uncut version of it exists somewhere? a pity they insisted on cutting the negative rather than the mother print.



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17 Aug 2018, 10:16 pm

Tequila wrote:
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Wait what? Britain is still banning films? Its not the 80s anymore! I thought the nasty movement is over!


They stopped banning anything of real merit in around 2005.

I thought the film banning movement died out in the 90s..?


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17 Aug 2018, 10:46 pm

LadyLucifer wrote:
Tequila wrote:
LadyLucifer wrote:
Wait what? Britain is still banning films? Its not the 80s anymore! I thought the nasty movement is over!


They stopped banning anything of real merit in around 2005.

I thought the film banning movement died out in the 90s..?


One of the last films they banned was worth watching was Women in Cellblock 9 in 2004, and only then because the actress involved was 16 when it was made. They banned Straw Dogs for video in 1999, The Last House on the Left in 2000. Both were passed uncut a few years later.



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17 Aug 2018, 10:46 pm

LadyLucifer wrote:
Tequila wrote:
LadyLucifer wrote:
Wait what? Britain is still banning films? Its not the 80s anymore! I thought the nasty movement is over!


They stopped banning anything of real merit in around 2005.

I thought the film banning movement died out in the 90s..?


One of the last films they banned was worth watching was Women in Cellblock 9 in 2004, and only then because the actress involved was 16 when it was made. They banned Straw Dogs for video in 1999, The Last House on the Left in 2000. Both were passed uncut a few years later.