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BOTTOMLEY URGES COUNCILS TO BAN CRASH FILM

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Heritage secretary Virginia Bottomley has urged councils to use their veto over films screened in local cinemas to ...
Heritage secretary Virginia Bottomley has urged councils to use their veto over films screened in local cinemas to ban the film Crash, reported the Daily Mail (9 Nov p1).

The film, by director David Cronenberg, links sexuality and car crashes and has caused some controversy.

Ms Bottomley said: 'I would urge local authorities to use the powers they have to refuse the film a screen. There is too much violence.'
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