This Film Is Not Yet Rated

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Documentarian Kirby Dick throws an incendiary, full-frontal assault on the Motion Picture Association of America Classification and Ratings Administration (also known as the MPAA CARA).

This is the body that assigns ratings to films – the familiar G, PG, PG-13, R, and NC-17 designations.

This secret organization, unregulated wields considerable power over the industry of film and opera, the filmmaker says, very subjective and prejudicial.

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