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10 Banned Movies That Shocked The World

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15 Banned Films That Shocked The World - WhatCulture.com
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moYbTH0QhDY From the dawn of cinema, there have been movies which have run into difficulties with the powers that be, and were banned for the sake of keeping the public morally hygienic. Some countries are prolific banners of movies, for example, the censors in ...

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