Paul Fierlinger wrote:... So I see such restrictions not always so much as just protective measures towards the sensitivities of kids but the sensitivities of adults as well.
well, I hardly can't disagree with that revelant point,
but my thought was from the producer's viewpoint, without the 15>25 "young" target, I doubt the film will stay longtime enough (several weeks or more) in the theater(s) and so have the time to catch its Adults audience (one recommending it to his neighbourhood, and so on, preading slowly but surely abroad).
... in an other hand, children use to sleep during such "Adult" targeted films, and you must admit they sleep more silently than older (snoring) people ...
Elodie wrote: Paul Fierlinger wrote:
Actually I'd like to see Tulip rated as a film for over thirty year olds.
Ooooh, I'm too young to see Tulip so
don't worry, you can drop back on "Redline", much more in your age target :
speedy pursuit, lot of FXs, violence, blowing up, ...
btw, seriously, are you really lured, attracted by such disgusting scenes :
How about massaging a bitch's vagina with a lubricant and using the same technique to arouse a male (dog)?