Bruno slapped with an NC-17

It’ll need to be chopped a little…

Whoops… Looks like some of Sacha Baron Cohen’s antics are a little too risqué for the notoriously staid MPAA across the pond: Bruno is rated NC-17.

The rating – which means many UA cinemas won’t carry the movie – is generally acknowledged to be a kiss of death for any movie.

But don’t expect that situation to stay for long. Universal is already planning to edit the film down to a more tolerable R rating, just as happened with Borat (below).

So what made the US ratings board froth and seethe? Seems it’s “a number of sexual sequences”.

Unrated DVD action ahoy!

[Source: Variety]
 

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Comments

    • beanieb

      Apr 2nd 2009, 20:11

      They better not cut the uk version.

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    • Tartantino

      Jul 4th 2009, 10:08

      The film wont be cut unless it has material deemed to be illegal or dangerous to the viewers. Should be released in its full glory :)

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    • Tartantino

      Jul 4th 2009, 10:15

      I take that back, it appears that Universal admitted a re-cut of the film for final release with just over a minute missing although this was not at the request of the BBFC

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