Lesbian sex scene between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in “Black Swan” was the main attraction for that part of the public would not be forgotten in another case a film about ballet. But for others, the scene was disturbing and listed as “pornographic”. According to a new report by the BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), “Black Swan” is the 2011 film which received the most complaints, in number of 40. The 40 British dissatisfied expected to see a movie about ballerinas, and instead received the story of a young women lose their minds.
In Britain, the film with which Natalie Portman won the Oscar was seen in theaters by 2.7 million people. Comparing this number, the 40 complaints, the report concludes that the BBFC were very few complaints. This year the British have expressed more dissatisfaction with improper classification of a film for horror “The Woman In Black” with Daniel Radcliffe has received 120 complaints. Radcliffe’s first big role after completion of the franchise “Harry Potter” was criticized by fellow actor to fit the wrong age for viewing several scenes horror supernatural phenomena and threats.
Was considered unsuitable for minors of 16 British and film – a phenomenon among teens – “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1″. The reason was that Bella marries Edward, her vampire boyfriend, and had sex with him. The film was included in the category of visionary UK + 12 years, but the sex scene was “diminished”. “Most complaints focused on the sequence in which Bella is making an emergency cesarean section, a scene that some viewers have found a bloody and nasty”, notes the report of BBFC.