Bad Education Still NC-17

by | November 24, 2004 | Comments

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Pedro Almodovar‘s "Bad Education" has lost its appeal with the MPAA Classification and Ratings Appeal Board, so the film’s NC-17 rating, for "a scene of explicit sexual content," stands. "Bad Education" is Almodovar’s latest about two boyhood friends who endure sexual abuse from a priest while attending a religious school. They reconnect later in life. "Bad Education" is currently playing in select cities. Almodovar is the director of "All About My Mother" and "Talk to Her."

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