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Producing : Has MPAA really lost it? by Kim van Berkel

Kim van Berkel

Has MPAA really lost it?

Well, that is a question that is up for some serious debate. Since I am surprised by past choices of what can and can't be seen in a PG-13 and R rated film I feel that this documentary should 100% be rated as PG-13. If you feel the same way then please sign this petition below. Apologies if this discussion is a bit out of place but appreciate if some would consider signing this petition as well. http://www.change.org/petitions/mpaa-dont-let-the-bullies-win-give-bully...

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I'm speaking out for all those students who suffer every day at school. When I was in 7th grade, a few guys came up behind me while putting my books in my locker. They called me names and asked me why…
Kim van Berkel

And here is the trailer of the documentary in question: BULLY http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rjjeHeAzZZM

Bob Schultz

The MPAA never really "had" it, in my opinion, and I applaud the Weinstein company for standing up to them. Their favoritism towards studio films adds just another hurdle to those of us making indies, and their inability to consider context is silly. Why is this secret cabal of parents and pastors (supposedly) deciding what I get to watch?

Kim van Berkel

My thoughts exactly! Fair enough, there is some criticism towards HW because he is not a official member of the MPAA so some claim his threats are meaningless. But the fact that this has become such a public debate has made it very meaningful.

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