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This essay discusses film rating systems and its ineffectiveness. A 14 year old boy named John Small, living in St. Paul makes his way to the cinema, restless to watch the Bad Lieutenant. Having a note from his parents stating that he can watch the movie along with their phone number on it in case they need to be contacted to confirm that they have in fact written the note is something he carries with him into the cinema.

A 14 year old boy named John Small, living in St. Paul makes his way to the cinema, restless to watch the Bad Lieutenant. Having a note from his parents stating that he can watch the movie along with their phone number on it in case they need to be contacted to confirm that they have in fact written the note is something he carries with him into the cinema. He takes out the money for the ticket and along with the note, places it under the window. The response he is met with however is something which he least expected.

A voice boomed way above him which said that no child under the age of 17 was allowed to watch the movie and the note which he had certainly would not allow him inside the cinema.

This can be seen as an example of how inefficient the film rating system of the county is. People often question whether these ratings are a way of parents controlling their children’s movie habits and for them to control what they watch.

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