Sunday, November 9, 2008

Laura Ingalls Wilder NC-17

In one country,anyway....

Finland has rated the DVD release of the much-loved children's television series "Little House on the Prairie" suitable for adult viewing only.

Of course there's a silly explanation.

To save money, Universal Pictures decided not to submit the series to state inspection.......
Finnish authorities charge 2 euros ($2.57) per minute for assessing the correct age limit on films and television series. Distributors who forego this can only sell their shows with a sticker saying "Banned for under-18s."

1 comment:

Brian said...

That's probably doing under-18s a great favor.