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In this Power point I will be
discussing about the British
board film classification
ratings.
The U stands for universal, a U
rated film is particularly suitable
for pre-school children. Bad
behaviour is clearly disa...
PG stands for parental guidance this
means a film is suitable for general
viewing but may have some scenes that
are unsuit...
12A and 12 film rated movies are not
suitable for children under the age of
12. A 12A movie requires an adult to
accompany...
15 rated movies are not suitable
for children under the age of 15.
No-one the age of 15 will be
allowed to go cinema to wa...
Films rated 18 are for adults. No-one
under 18 is allowed to watch a 18
rated movie at the cinema. No
themes are prohibite...
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Bbfc rating powerpoint EF

  1. 1. In this Power point I will be discussing about the British board film classification ratings.
  2. 2. The U stands for universal, a U rated film is particularly suitable for pre-school children. Bad behaviour is clearly disapproved because children at that young age may copy the stuff shown in the films. No violence is shown in a U film
  3. 3. PG stands for parental guidance this means a film is suitable for general viewing but may have some scenes that are unsuitable for young children. There may be bad language such as sh*t in a pg film but nothing to serious. Some scenes may show some scenes not preferred for children but there is no strong focus to it for example may show some one handing something over to some one else such as drugs but wont show what the object is or show them taking it.
  4. 4. 12A and 12 film rated movies are not suitable for children under the age of 12. A 12A movie requires an adult to accompany the child to the scene in order to be able to watch that film. Some swearing may be used such as F**K but it depends on the manner in which its used in. violence is allowed to be shown but not go in to detail.
  5. 5. 15 rated movies are not suitable for children under the age of 15. No-one the age of 15 will be allowed to go cinema to watch a 15 movie. In a 15 movie you will see strong violence, strong language and sexual nudity and more as no themes are prohibited to be shown as it’s a 15 movie rating.
  6. 6. Films rated 18 are for adults. No-one under 18 is allowed to watch a 18 rated movie at the cinema. No themes are prohibited at a 18 rated movie. Use of strong language is used at a 18 rated movie, also strong violence is shown, sexual scenes (real sex) in some circumstances.

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