Rating of films
Youth Protection Law signifying that they are legally binding for minors. This led to a number of films being released unrated sometimes with a warning that the film contained content for adults only. Activists had hoped for a less-restrictive approach; however, films are still subject to censorship, or can be banned from release altogether if the film is deemed to "undermine or disrupt social order and moral decency, or might impact national security or the pride of the. In Quebec, the Rgie du cinma rates all films and videos. 53 Under Icelandic law, minors aged 14-years-old and over may be admitted to a film carrying a higher age rating if accompanied by an adult.
The X18 rating does not exist for video games. 88 G (General Audiences) Viewers of all ages are admitted. C13 Persons under age 13 not admitted.
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned) Some Material May Be Inappropriate For Children Under. Retrieved 25 February 2017. Russia: Ministry of Communications and Mass Media. 9 CAT.1 : (Kinderen Toegelaten KT; Enfants Admis EA) Suitable for all CAT.2 : (Kinderen Niet Toegelaten KNT; Enfants Non Admis ENA) Prohibited for people younger than 16 Brazil Main article: Brazilian advisory rating system All films that are exhibited in public or released. Retrieved "Guidelines: Film and DVD/Video Classification". South Korea Korea Media Rating Board. A minor up to 3 years younger than the age limit is permitted to see a film in a cinema when accompanied by an adult, except for 18-rated films. Russia See also: On Protecting Children from Information Harmful to Their Health and Development Since 2012 the rating appears inside circles, which indicate age restrictions followed by a plus and appears in most shows, including TV and Internet shows in Russian. Denmark: Danish Film Institute. Films intended to inform, educate or instruct or concerned with sport, religion or music are exempt from classification provided they do not contain material that would result in an "M" rating or higher if submitted for classification.