Holly Sammons wrote:
> Has anyone who subscribes to the Film Movement series gotten a call
> from Recorded Books about this film? Or a letter suggesting it is
> "not suitable for public viewing, as it contains a scene of graphic
> sexual content that is beyond anything that belongs in a mainstream
> film." The letter claims that once they found out about the film they
> stopped shipping it!
> This has been a nice series of films and I'm concerned about Recorded
> Books' need to censor and filter on my behalf. I can see there might
> be concern about public viewings, but wouldn't a library look at the
> film before showing it in public? And can't I as a professional make
> that decision for the library I work for?
> Any thoughts?
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