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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Advertising Venus: Eva Green banned by the Motion Picture Association of America

The ever-increasing ayatollahs in the US have struck again.  This splendid poster of French actress Eva Green promoting the new Sin City film has been banned by the Motion Picture Association of America for "for nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown."  Horrors!  Brandishing a gun is, of course quite acceptable. 

Agent Triple P likes America and visits it regularly but some aspects of society  there (such as there views on nudity) really puzzle us!  


  1. To be fair, it's not American "society" with that attitude, but the kinds of people who get jobs working for the MPAA.

    The Puritans come in different clothes these days. Guns and nudity have free reign compared to the horrific image of someone enjoying a cigarette.

  2. Yeah, we're a complicated bunch. We have some strange views on nudity and sex. Eva Green radiates sensuality which probley freaks out a lot of Americans. The rest of us appreciate Eva.

  3. On the positive side, the wording suggests that they enjoyed the censorship process...with slight enhancement:- A delightful curve of pert under breast and a teasing glimpse of dark nipple/areola circle visible through a sheer gown sensually highlighting her profile.