FIFTY SHADES OF GREY MOVIE BANNED IN MALAYSIA FOR BEING “MORE PORN THAN MOVIE”

Malaysia’s Film Censorship Board (LPF) has banned the movie, “Fifty Shades of Grey” for being “more porn than movie”, according to The Star today, 4 February.

Mr Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid, the chairman of the board, has reportedly said the portrayal of certain sex scenes in the movie, such as acts of sado-masochism and bondage, was “not of natural sexual content”.

The movie’s distributor in Malaysia, United International Pictures, has confirmed that the film, originally slated for a 12 February release in Malaysia, would not be screened in the country.

Do you think the film will be banned or heavily censored in Singapore because of similar complaints?

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