TheA'sFatLeadoffMan wrote:Just watched This Film Is Not Yet Rated, recorded it last night, and I thought it was very insightful. A great look into something that most people probably never think about.
Anyways I give it a 8/10, I can't imagine how Kirby Dick felt when he submitted his film.
Yeah, I caught it on IFC over the weekend. The only downside is that it just gives me something else to be pissed off about. Stupid MPAA.
It's amazing how we think that because there is a ratings system, our movies aren't censored. But they are, because if a panel of "normal people" decide that a film is just a little too over the top (and it can take just one, benign scene) and give it an NC-17, then the movie is dead because theaters won't show NC-17 films.
It's ridiculous and this is why most HBO programming is better than 90% of all feature films; because it's the last place where creative freedom actually exists.
If you're a battery, you're either working or you're dead....