WELL, ONLY DAYTIME TV BUT SEEMS STRANGE. THE FRENCH ARE CHILLED ABOUT BLOWING UP BOATS IN OUR HARBOR AND THE BOMBERS NOT DOING THEIR TIME IN PRISON, BUT THEY CANNOT HANDLE DRUGS AND FUN? WHAT ROT. WATCH HERE……….
THE ENGLISH DID. FROM THE HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP…..
Dakota Fanning has joined the famous likes of Beyonce, Christy Turlington, Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie by having a provocative ad campaign banned in Britain.
The nation’s media elites decreed that Marc Jacobs’ latest fragrance ad featuring Fanning cannot be displayed, as it fosters too “sexually provocative” an image.
They made the decision after deciding that the imagery was inappropriate and receiving complaints about the ad, which has actually been out since June.
The 17-year-old is seen wearing a short, girly nude colored dress, provocatively holding a bottle of Jacobs’ Oh, Lola! perfume between her upper thighs.
The ad appeared in several magazines and newspaper supplements across the U.K., and yielded enough complaints from offended readers to force action.
From Total Film…………….
The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) has been rejected by the British Board of Film Classification because it is “sexually violent and potentially obscene”.
The relatively rare decision has been made because the second film features “unacceptable material” throughout.
This means the DVD won’t be able to be supplied legally anywhere in the UK.
Last year, The Human Centipede (First Sequence) was released, uncut, as an 18, and featured three subjects sewn together end-to-end by an insane doctor.
A report by the BBFC draws focus to two scenes, one of which features sandpaper, another of which features barbed wire, both in places of extreme discomfort.
“The first film dealt with a mad doctor who sews together three kidnapped people in order to produce the ‘human centipede’of the title,” says the report, by BBFC director David Cooke.
“Although the concept of the film was undoubtedly tasteless and disgusting, it was a relatively traditional and conventional horror film and the Board concluded that it was not in breach of our Guidelines at ‘18’.
“This new work, The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence), tells the story of a man who becomes sexually obsessed with a DVD recording of the first film and who imagines putting the ‘centipede’ idea into practice.”
The report goes on to say the sequel focuses on: “the sexual arousal of the central character at both the idea and the spectacle of the total degradation, humiliation, mutilation, torture and murder of his naked victims”.
“The explicit presentation of the central character’s obsessive sexually violent fantasies is in breach of Classification Guidelines and poses a real, as opposed to a fanciful, risk that harm is likely to be caused to potential viewers.”
Cook justified the ban by saying: ““It is the Board’s carefully considered view that to issue a certificate to this work, even if confined to adults, would be inconsistent with the Board’s Guidelines, would risk potential harm within the terms of the VRA, and would be unacceptable to the public.”