Lars von Trier’s controversial serial-killer movie could be the first in over 30 years to have its rating revoked by the MPAA
|11/30/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- IFC Films faces sanctions from the MPAA after it screened without a waiver the uncensored director’s cut of its serial-killer movie, “The House That Jack Built,” directed by Lars von Trier.
- An R-rated cut of the movie comes to theaters December 14, but a possible sanction includes the R rating being revoked, which could limit its theatrical release.
- MPAA sanctions are rare, and the last time it happened was in 2007 against the movie “Captivity.” The last rating to be revoked was in 1985.
- But industry experts explained to Business Insider why IFC doesn’t have a lot to fear if “The House That read more >>>