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QueensG
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Postby QueensG » Sat, 17 Aug 2013 1:22 am

Kick-Ass 2 is Passed Clean (no cuts/edits). Classification information which may contain plot spoilers: https://app.mda.gov.sg/Classification/Search/Film/RatingInfo.aspx?sType=Feature&sRowID=AAAH4UAAPAAAD5KAAG

The non-spoiler parts:

[quote]While the impact of the violence in most of the scenes above is visible, the camera does not linger on the sight of the injury. As such, they can be allowed under the Classification Guidelines for M18 which state that “Realistic depiction of violence and gore with strong impact is allowed if justified by context.â€Â

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Postby x9200 » Sat, 17 Aug 2013 4:02 am

This is my classic example to illustrate how the censorship works in Singapore:
https://app.mda.gov.sg/Classification/S ... PAAAA7dAAb

It was censored, so why does it say "passed cleaned"?


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