Entertainment After the controversy surrounding the FSK for "Specter": The age limit of "James Bond - No Time to Die" is certain
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"" has been enabled by the FSK with an age limit of 12 years , The running time is 163 minutes.
For the latest and last 007 film withIn "Specter" there was a controversy as James Bond same Certificate like all his previous adventures as an agent with a license to kill. Even "Casino Royale", "Quantum of Solace," "Skyfall" and "Specter" were all released from 12 years.
However, that does not always happen silently. In the direct predecessor "Specter" there were powerful turmoil. Ironically, some cinema operators * inside complained in an open letter, accusing the FSK to be too "lax" and not to be trusted for big films to give a rating of 16 years.
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Sun had earlier Bond films have been released from 16 years, although torture will only suggested and "Specter" there is now a G-12 release, although the title character in detail by nemesis Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) is tortured.If you watched a movie in the cinema in 2021, then this: We celebrate the masterpiece "Dune" in the podcast
then FSK dismissed accusations of influence. They evaluated the best of our knowledge and belief. whether "No Time to Die" the rating of discussions will lead to remains to be seen. It should only be, however, when the film is out there. That will not be long:
"James Bond - No Time to Die" appears on 30 September 2021
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