An uncensored screening of Lars von Trier’s controversial serial-killer movie, ‘The House That Jack Built,’ violated MPAA ratings rules
|11/29/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- IFC Films is facing sanctions for violating the MPAA’s ratings rules after screening the uncensored version of Lars von Trier’s controversial serial-killer movie, “The House That Jack Built,” on Wednesday without a waiver.
- “The effectiveness of the MPAA ratings depends on our ability to maintain the trust and confidence of American parents,” the MPAA said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter.
- According to THR, the sanctions could include revoking the movie’s R rating. That version comes to theaters December 14.
- The uncensored cut prompted 100 walkouts at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year for its depictions of violence against women and read more >>>