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Saturday, 13 December 2008
10:19:59 PM (GMT)
Is there a certain maximum age rating a movie can have to be shown in school? We watched Gladiator, a very nicely made movie but a very gory one, in October, and I believe it's rated 14A or 18A. No students in our class are 14, though one will be in two weeks or so. I went home dizzy and almost physically sick, because I couldn't stand it. We're now starting Kingdom of Heaven. I know it's rating is very high too. I'm wondering, without parent permission slips or any information given to the parents aside from the students telling them if they choose, is that okay for a teacher to do? Here's some sites, just to show you guys: (Search Gladiator and Kingdom of Heaven) (No, I don't live in the U.S., but don't those regulations still apply?) Any sites, advice, links, or help would be appreciated.

darkoekaki says:   13 December 2008   962246  
In our county, if we watch anything PG or higher, we have to have
permission. I think.
They're so overprotective of our dear little minds.
‹Vibrant ★ Greyscale› says :   13 December 2008   181177  
Linda: Really? I'll have to look into that. Yes, they are, sometimes
too much. But I think we can learn this crap without watching people
getting sliced in half.


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