Cinema censorship ratings still
perplex me somewhat. I remember in England when they had movies rated
"U" "A" and "X". I'm not sure who chose
this idea or why. Perhaps "U" stood for uneventful, "A"
meant appealing and "X" stood for exemplary. Now we have "P",
"G", "PG" and "R", and I have to say I'm
a little confused. I think they should do away with this whole method
and bring in a brand new layman's idea. Maybe some guy on the screen,
before the movie starts, that says: "OK, there's blood, there are
breasts", or maybe "There's no blood, but occasional breasts".
I think this sort of thing could work quite well.