Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Banned.

I was just trawling through the Independent's list of the most controversial films - the tagline being:
"Take some needless violence, a religious satire and a dash of incest - and you've got yourself a collection of films too shocking for cinema".
It includes of course the usual suspects - A Clockwork Orange, The Exorcist and Last House on the Left to name but a few (Interestingly the Independent leaves out The Battleship Potemkin which had one of the longest running bans in British film history). Then at number 17 up pops this (click to enlarge):

It's official, the 'No Pressure' film is on a list that includes such notorious gems as Salo, I Spit On Your Grave and Cannibal Holocaust.

Franny Armstrong must be right proud.

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