Are they allowed to watch it?. When your in a rated R Movie?. TIRE m wan MT Ill H- TO WATCH THEM?. No, actually. They're not. There was this situation a while ago, when an actress of a film wasn't allowed into her own premiere because she wasn't old enough to
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When your in a rated R Movie?

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User avatar #3 - Lambda (02/11/2013) [+] (12 replies)
No, actually. They're not.
There was this situation a while ago, when an actress of a film wasn't allowed into her own premiere because she wasn't old enough to see it.
#39 - HellsSponge (02/12/2013) [+] (2 replies)
another good question
#51 - chickenfriednegro (02/12/2013) [-]
My dad used to let me watch all the r-rated movies I wanted as long as they had a little kid acted in it. That was his philosophy.

I'm a diagnosed psychopath now
User avatar #1 - evilanakie ONLINE (02/11/2013) [+] (5 replies)
dat URL
User avatar #35 - insanemanoo (02/12/2013) [+] (1 reply)
In the 1960's Romeo and Juliet, the actress who played Juliet was barred from being at the premiere because of a nip slip in one scene, and it was her nip......
User avatar #41 - galaxyguy (02/12/2013) [+] (9 replies)
I recall this one story about a female actress who was forbidden from attending the premiere of a movie she had starred in, because she was underage and the movie contained nudity.

Despite the fact that it was her who was nude in those scenes.

I do not remember any names. I found it in a comp of facts on here a few months back.
#59 - anonymous (02/12/2013) [-]
Juliet from the original R+J wasn't allowed to see it because she was 16 and there was nudity...she was the only one who was nude....lol
#65 - haziri (02/12/2013) [-]
No. An example would be the lord of the flies movie. The new one at least.
User avatar #62 - crafty (02/12/2013) [-]
Ahem Romeo and Juliet
User avatar #58 - diruslupis (02/12/2013) [-]
No, if the child "participates" in a R-scene then it has been shot separately then pieced together to protect the innocence of the child, but who obeys age restrictions when it comes to films?
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#53 - anonymous (02/12/2013) [-]
i watched horror movies all the time with my parents when i was just a little kid. the scene from trainspotting with the baby crawling on the roof and turing its head around still freaks me out tho
#45 - kridane (02/12/2013) [-]
The kid from the shining didn't watch the movie until he was like 14
The kid from the shining didn't watch the movie until he was like 14
User avatar #38 - philliyoMLB (02/12/2013) [-]
I always wondered this about the girl in Kill Bill, because that is a really ****** up movie.
User avatar #37 - supercweepy (02/12/2013) [-]
I've always wondered this. You get some really great child actors in some messed up movies. I think the girl who was in the Exorcist; her parents had issues with the film.
#36 - rubyasshole (02/12/2013) [-]
It's more ironical when you find CP in "adult content"
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User avatar #32 - danniegurl (02/12/2013) [-]
they can see it with parent approval.
User avatar #16 - TheCynic (02/12/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Technically, yes because even though you can't buy a ticket to a rated R film when you're under seventeen at a theater, there's no legal penalties for it, in the USA at least. When you're filming the movie, however, it's a completely different story. There are strict laws and rules with working with kids in the entertainment industry. A lot of the time, the kids parents have to be involved. And there are always people on the set making sure that the underage child is being treated correctly.

For instance, the kid from The Shining was told that the movie he was in was a drama, and all the scenes he was in he was usually distracted or not given specific details as to what was going on. The kid from Superbad had to have his mother there as they were filming the sex scene, and certain scenes had to be filmed at an angle where you could only see his hand or something- which was actually someone else's hands.

It's the same thing with animals- only you don't have to hide the blood and guts and sex. But there are certain guild lines you have to abide by and people have to be on the set to make sure you aren't abusing it.
User avatar #13 - Mward ONLINE (02/12/2013) [-]
Rated R is "Under 17 requires parent or Guardian" so they can.
Nc-17 is when anyone under 17 can't watch it, in which case they wouldn't have anyone under that age have a role thats of any real significance anyway.
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