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date title Country / organization notes 1996–2001 All Islamic emirate of Afghanistan recognize the five-year reign of the Taliban government In the war in Afghanistan, technology and art were banned and all films die. 1980–1990 Pas vdekjes (After death) Albania Banned for ten years. 1959 Ben Hur Arab League
Banned from all states of the Arab League because Haya Harareet was an Israeli. It is also banned on the same mainland. 1960 Exodus In the United Arab Republic because of the material actions of actor Paul Newman for Zionism and forbidden Israel ". 2017 Wonder Woman From the distribution in Lebanon for the premiere because of the leading actor of the film Gal Gadot in the Israeli army, was to a person against it The Lebanonischen itself at war with Israel boycott Israel by the Arab League, also in Qatar and Tunisia.1941 I will never heal again Argentinians The conservative era of authoritarian relationships, known as the "Notorious Decade" (1930–1943), because it had mocked Nazi Germany, Argentina had declared itself neutral in terms of personal income> 1963 The Si Lence Prohibited because of "profanity". 1972 Last tango in Paris certain of the self-proclaimed dictatorship "Argentine Revolution" (1966–1973) prohibited "pornographic". 1974 La Patagonia rebelde (Rebel Patagonia) Banned under the government of Isabel Perón (1974–1976) and Jorge. Rafael Videla's regime wants Argentina's last civil military dictatorship (1976–1983). The historical film recognizes the political one peasant revolt known as "Tragic Patagonia".1974 Mussolini's last days Under Videla's regime, Argentina's last personal military dictatorship (1976-1983) was banned) 1976 The great dictator (1940) Under Videla's regime, the last religious military dictatorship in Argentina (1976-1983) was banned because it had ridiculed dictatorships. 1978 Las largas vacaciones del '36 (Long vacation of 36) Under Videla's regime, Argentina's last religious military dictatorship (1976-1983) was banned because of its sarcastic view of Franco-Spanish Spain.1978 Looking for Mr. Goodbar Searching for Mr. Military Bar (1976–1983) banned under Videla's regime because he is "pornographic". 1978 Pretty baby 1979 Return home Under Videla's regime, the last civil military dictatorship in Argentina (1976–1983) had to be banned because of its anti-war message. 1979 The Ho use on Garibaldi Street Under Videla's regime, the last personal military dictatorship in Argentina (1976-1983) was banned because the hunt for the Nazi criminal Adolf Eichmann was here.1985 Je vous salue, Marie 1987 The last temptation of Christ Forbidden to be seen as "blasphemy". 1989 kindergarten Banned due to controversial issues, nude scenes, and non-simulated oral sex. A court order accuses the confiscation of all films and a ban on its exhibition. The film was released in 2010 as part of the Mar del Plata International Film Festival.1972 Pink flamingos Australia improved in a restored copy. The first publication war up in the years banned to objectionable rights. 1975–1992 Salò or the 120 days of Sodom Banned when it was first published, but repealed after seventeen years. 1976–2000 In the realm of the senses Banned because of profanity, also in 1977 a censored version became available. It wasn't until 2000 that it was finally cut into its own style. 2011 The Human Centipede 2 (Full Sequence) Forbidden to stand by because of cruel, disturbing and personal authority. A censored DVD version was changed on February 23, 2012. 2003 Ken Park 2003 Prohibited Guidelines for Graphic Representations of Teenage Sex, Incest, and Autoerotic Suffocation. 2011 hostage (Azerbaijani) Azerbaijan Prohibited because the Armenians see the action in a positive light. 2007 The kingdom Bahrain Prohibited due to inaccurate representation of a 1996 bomb attack in Saudi Arabia.2014 Noah Prohibited because of portrayal of prophets. 1940–1945 La Kermesse Heroïque (Carnival in Flanders) (1935) Belgium Banned by Joseph Goebbels in Nazi-occupied Belgium because of its pacifist issues. The director, Jacques Feyder, was hunted for having hit himself in Switzerland. 1976–1994 In the realm of the senses When it was first released due to illegal content, its graphic sex scenes are the last film to be censored in the country. It was the single European country at the time where the film was banned. The ban has not been in force since 1994. 1974 The chainsaw massacre in Texas Brazil Forbidden because of its content. 2011 A Serbian film Banned due to an "apology for pedophilia". 1967–1990 Privarzaniyat balon (The tied balloon) Bulgaria banned from the communist religion for criticizing the communist leaders of the world war two. When Bulgaria became a democratic nation again in 1990, the ban was lifted. 2014 Who has Chea Vichea interests? Cambodia Prohibited on investigation into the mysterious 2004 murder of Chea Vichea, one of Cambodia's richest union leaders, who left unemployed for wages and conditions for the country's 300,000 textile workers 2013 Wolf of Wall Street Prohibited because Cambodia turned negative. 2015 Fifty shades of gray Prohibited because of "insane romance, numerous sex sequences, use of violence during sex" and "with continued control, which are too extreme for Khmer society" 862> 2015 No escape Prohibited because of "negative representation of local culture". 2017 Kingsman: The golden circle Prohibited because of the portrayal of Cambodia as the basis for the film's antagonists. For in See Canada Banned Movies List of Movies Banned in Canada. For in Chile Prohibited Films See list of films prohibited in Chile. 1959 Ben-Hur (1959) China and Taiwan Under the Mao Zedong regime 1982 Boat People Banned in the Republic of China (Taiwan) because it was owned on Hainan, an island in the People's Republic of China. 1984 Yellow earth Prohibited when first published. 1985 Back to the future Prohibited because of time travel. 1986 The horse thief Prohibited when first published. 1990 Ju Dou Forbidden when first published, abolished instead of 1992. In July 1992, the state government gave him the right to report. 1991 Life on a String (1991) Prohibited when first published. 1991–1994 Raise the Red Lantern (1991) Prohibited when first published, heard three years later. 1993 The blue kite Forbidden because of "offensive". Its director, Tian Zhuangzhuang, issued a 10-standing ban on making films. 1993 Farewell my concubine Banned for a while because of homosexual issues and negative portrayals of communism. The film, which had found recognition in other countries and won the Palme d'Or in Cannes, was also seen in China. 1994 To live Because of its visibility, banned politically and banned under the communist government. Its director, Zhang Yimou, was banned for two years. 1998 Xiu Xiu: The Missing Girl Forbidden. 2000 Devil on the doorstep Forbidden. 2005 Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life Prohibited because of its unflattering rights to public society 2006 The Da Vinci Code Prohibited due to blasphemous content. 2006 The deceased Forbidden for a line, authority, governance, nuclear weapons on Taiwanese politics 2008 The dark knight Prohibited because of "cultural awareness in some elements of the film". 2009 Shinjuku sufferers Prohibited because director is "Too Behave" 641> Derek Yee himself to belong to this content. 2014 Noah Prohibited for the representation of prophets. 2016 Deadpool (2016) Forbidden to explicit content when first published. 2016 Sausage party To be controlled by the Taiwanese distributor himself so as not to belong with changing parents who have lost it as a family-friendly film. 2018 Christopher Robin (2018) Prohibited by comparing the trust and general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, Xi Jinping, with the main character Winnie-the-Pooh.2015 Art 44 (2015) CIS Since April 15, 2015, when the Russian film distributor Central Partnership announced that the film will be out of cinemas in Russia, the screening of the film will be prohibited by the Ministry of Culture and Culture. The decision was made after the press screening and the previous day's tour. The Ministry of Culture and the Central Partnership have received their own pass in which they state that the screening of the film before the 70th anniversary of Victory Day was unacceptable. The Ministry of Culture stated that it had received several questions about the content of the film, mainly related to "Relationships of historical conditions, special treatment of taxes before, loss and after the Great Patriotic War, and images and characteristics of the Soviet people from that era". The Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky was made the legal decision that she was the one of the Central Partnership. In his Visible Declaration, Medinsky complained overall that the film was viewed as "subordinate and morally subhuman" by Russians, and compared the portrayal of the Soviet Union in the film with JRR Tolkien's Mordor and himself the films were neither made before the 70th anniversary of the films Victory in the Great Patriotic War yet to switch to other future ones. He also has to see to it that the film is shown in Russia on DVD and online. As a result of the decision, the film was also out of theaters in Belarus, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, the film's relations on Georgia became.2015 L 'was performed on October. Homme Qui Repare Les Femmes Democratic Republic of Congo Prohibited without specifying measures. The official handling of the Congolese gynecologist Denis Mukwege, his hospital 1966 The hand Czechoslovakia Forbidden to live under the communist regime because of representation of a restricted area as under the regime. 1966 daisy Banned under the communist regime because they are "the willful representation". The director of the film, Věra Chytilová, was forbidden to return to work until 1975. 1966–1988 A report about the party and the guests Banned from 1966 to 1968 under the communist regime because the film is an allegory of totalitarian regimes. According to a person who became the Prague Spring, it was banned for the second twenty years. In 1974 the director Jan Němec had to leave the country. 1967 The fire brigade ball Banned in 1968 by the Czech communist government for its satire of the Eastern European communist system. 1968 Deserters and Pilgrims (aka The Deserters and the Nomads) Banned by the Czech communist government. 1969–1990 All of my compatriots Banned by the Czech communist government. Its director, Vojtěch Jasný, went into exile. 1969–1990 Birds, orphans and fools Banned by the Czech communist government because they have three people who are orphaned by political violence and are trying to know spiritually even they are not free. 1969–1989 Dull Sunday Banned by the Czech communist government for twenty years, its director Drahomíra Vihanová is not allowed to make any new films until 1977. 1969–1989 The cremator Banned by the Czech communist government from 1969 to 1989 because this black comedy has a crematorium director who works to burn the Holocaust people and pages of the Nazis. The behavior of this subject can be history, so that it remains true to political morality, a certain message was war. 1969–1990 Larks on a string From 1969 until the autumn under the communist regime, the regime banned it in 1990. 1969 Mourning Party (Smuteční slavnost) Banned by the Czech communist government. 1969 The seventh day, eighth night (Den sedmý, osmá noc) Banned by the Czech communist government. 1970 Hlídac (prison guard) Banned by the Czech communist government. 1970–1989 Ucho (The Ear) Banned by the Czech communist government until 1989 because the story shows a couple, that is, to belong to the state. 1970 Fruit of paradise Banned by the Czech communist government because of the shocking content. Its director, Vera Chytilová, was banned from making new films for eight years. 1970 Witch hammer Banned by the Czech communist government. 1971 Nahota (naked) Banned by the Czech communist government. 1972 Argument for a rookie hangman Banned by the Czech communist government because of its satirical portrayal of Czech society, was the end of the career of Pavel Juráček's promise. 1972 Leonardo's diary Banned by the communist government to belong to life in Czechoslovakia in a certain light. Its director, Jan Svankmajer, does not distinguish between work for five years. When the ban was lifted, some literary work was done. 1975 The Apple game Banned by the Czech communist government. The director, Věra Chytilová, bat the censors for more information and concerns that the Soviet embassy considered the subject "too difficult". 1977–1990 Castle of Otranto Banned by the Czech communist government, its director Jan Svankmajer had refused to influence anything in the film. The government censors reject their mockumentary tone, which has people's confidence in the television news related to it. Svankmajer himself was banned from making films for eight years. 1982 Dimensions of dialogue Prohibited because the communist government censorship does not influence their criticism of consumerism. The prohibition of war also refers to the fact that its director, Jan Svankmajer, has already been banned from war in the past. 1983–1996 Straka v hrsti (a magpie in hand) Banned by the communist government because the film is based on an author by Antonín P, a writer banned by the regime, and because he was the subversive rock band Pražský výběr The skeleton dance Denmark is banned in 1930 because the censors cost the film for "too macabre". Today the ban is no longer in force. 1968 Funny girl Egypt Forbidden because the Egyptian Muslim lead role (Omar Sharif) is shown in a romantic plot with the ability Barbra Streisand. Streisand's political interests for Israel on the damage to political relations between Egypt and Israel was also a factor. 2006 The Da Vinci Code Prohibited due to blasphemous content. 2014 Halawet Rooh (sweetness of the soul) Banned immediately after the screening of the film in cinemas, after criticism and scenes, proven to be provocative. The film was perceived that it was Giuseppe Tornatore's film Malena (2000) with the personal perception Monica Bellucci.2009 Fiji Because of race issues towards Fijians were banned.1930–1952 Battleship Potemkin Finland Banned for fear of a communist revolution. 1943–1945 Mrs. Miniver Relatives of the Social Forbidden. 1943–1950 Johnny Eager 1955–1959 Rififi Prohibited for the representation of cracking security safes. The government agency that this leads to copycat crimes leads. The ban was lifted after five years. 1960–1981 Peeping Tom Banned for 21 years. 1962–1986 One two Three Because of its political satire, 24 years belong to the rights of its own and its neighboring country, the Soviet Union. (Finland saw a policy of Finlandization).1972 A day in the life of Ivan Denisovich Prohibited by the Finnish Film Authority. In 1972 and 1974 Swedish television became the film, it was part of the fact that the Swedish television mast in the Åland Islands was closed because the Finns were banned from seeing the film. Director of the Finnish film content, Jerker Eeriksson, The prohibition of films are political because it is the Finnish-Soviet relationship. Finnish television showed the film in 1996 on the YLE channel TV1. 1974–1996 The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Prohibited because of graphic violence. 1980 cruise Forbidden when first published. 1980–2000 Friday the 13th. When it was first published, it was banned until a decision was changed in 2001 to return a K18 classification (adults only). 1981–1991 Dead & Buried Forbidden when first published. An authorization not recognized The version was released in 1991 with a K16 authorization (persons for persons over 16 years). 1986–2000 The house on the edge of the park 1986 banned for violence; It is six years after the film's loss before a distributor hears everyone get a particular one. A rejection changed in 2001 lifted the ban. 1976–2000 Salò o le 120 giornate di Sodoma 1976 Prospect of Taxes, Health Health and Adequacy Prohibited.The ban was renewed in 1984, with the exception of two political screenings by the Finnish Film Archive. The ban was changed through an amendment in 2001, repealed. 1972 Dirty Harry Banned on February 1972 for violence and health reasons. The trader challenged the ban and the ban on banning it in the Finnish Supreme Administrative Court, which ruled against the ban. After small cuts, it was banned again. A second round of the judicial process has been taken over by the reprimands. They did so only after mandatory cuts of more than three minutes. The film premiered in Finland in January 1973. 1976 Ultime grida dalla savana This film is forbidden for recording scenes belonging to real human death. 1986 Born American Banned in January 1986 for violence and political rights. The political rights were that the film was at war. A trial in the Finnish Supreme Administrative Court against the prohibition and the law premiered in late December 1986 after a struggle of almost a year. 20 years after the film was banned, it became known that the government's obligations to ban the film and the ban was dictated by the Ambassador of the Soviet Union Vladimir Sobolev. The American born was the last film in Finland. 1971–2000 The Devils Banned at their first first in 1971 because of violence and rights prohibiting those related to health related to health. The decision to ban was decided by the judgment that did not lift the ban. A second round of bans was then seen in 1985 and government officials in their decision to ban have exactly the same rights as 14 years. The ban was lifted in 2001 after a certain change. 1982 Just before daybreak Banned for 4 months due to violence until a cut version (approx. 2 minute cuts) with the distinction K18 was approved (only for adults) 1925–1953 Battleship Potemkin France Forbidden for fear that it would be part of the revolution. 1930 L'Age d'Or Banned in Paris by the Prefect of Police "in the name of public order". 1933–1946 Zéro de Conduite Prohibited because of a conspiracy involving students leaving a repressive school. The ban is in force for reasons under National Socialist interests in force. 1943 Le Corbeau Banned from 1945 to 1947 because the film was also financially supported under the Nazi regime. It has also been harbored as a negative portrayal of the personal people and sympathy for the Vichy regime. After two years, the ban on everyone was lifted again. 1950–1990 Afrique 50 Banned because of criticism of public colonial rule. Its director, René Vautier, was heard for a year. 1953 Les statues meurent aussi (625>Forbidden because he suggested dies Personal civilization is injured for the decline of good art. The film was shown at the Cannes Film Festival in 1953, later banned from public censorship. 1954 Avant le déluge Banned due to controversial criminal rights. 1955–1957 Forbidden on initial release. Eventually after two years in a censored version. 1954–1981 Carmen Jones Because of technical copyright laws on the basis of the estate of the composer Georges Bizet banned on Carmen, on that of the film forces). 1955–1980 Le Rendez-vous des quais Forbidden for the representation of the port workers who resisted to send various supplies for the Indochina war. 1957–1975 Paths of Glory In France they were banned for two years as the French army became the first right of relationship. 1960 Le Petit soldier Banned from Political Action ;; The ban was lifted again in 1963. 1961 Do ne tueras point Banned for two years because it is a soldier who has the conscience-conscious hat. 1965–1971 The battle of Algiers Banned for six years because of their pro-Algerian and anti-colonial embassy. 1965–1971 Det kære legetøj For knowledge of pornography.1974- banned 1977 The Texas chainsaw massacre 1977 Camp de Thiaroye Banned because of criticism of the colonial system. 2000 Baise moi In 2000, cinema screens received an he X administration. Was reclassified from age group 16 to 18 in August 2001. 2016 Antichrist Banned on February 3, 2016 because of permanent and disabled rights, all wars allowed at its first first in 2009. The ban was a result of traditional traditionalist advocacy groups who need a reclassification of 16 ratings to differentiate that minors see it . A political court in their favor. Since a new certificate is issued, the film is now banned from all cinemas, television programs and video publications. 1920–1945 Different from the others (Different from the others) Germany Prohibited because of homosexual issues. In the 1920s it was only law and protected certain rights. In 1933 Hitler came to power, it was banned and sold by the Nazis. The film was subsequently redesigned. 1929 The Barnyard Battle (1929) Prohibited because the cats in this Mickey Mouse cartoon are wearing helmets, the German access pimple hood. Today the ban is no longer in force. 1930–1931 and repeatedly from 1933 to 1945 All Quiet on the Western Front (1929) Banned in 1930 after protests, recovered in a heavily censored version in 1931 after the first debate. After 1933 it was banned by the Nazi regime because of its anti-militarist issues and as "anti-German". The novel by Erich Maria Remarque was also banned and was one of the "anti-German" books burned in campfires. The film was first released in 22 years at the Capitol Theater in West Germany in 1952. 1932–1945 Kuhle Wampe Prohibited because government, legal system and religion were depicted in a negative light. Eventually the ban was lifted due to protests and the film was released in a strictly edited version. Six months later Hitler came to power, as a result of which the film was again banned under the Nazi regime until the end of the war. Its director, Slatan Dudow, was arrested for being a member of the Communist Party and banned from re-entry. 1933–1945 All films with the Marx brothers. Banned in Nazi Germany because the comedy stars were Jewish. 1933–1945 Battleship Potemkin Banned in Nazi Germany because it was feared it might be Marxism.1933–1945 Banned in Nazi Germany because of its erotic content. 1933–1945 Girl in uniform. Banned in Nazi Germany because of its lesbian theme. 1933–1945 The Mad Doctor Banned in Nazi Germany because of the horror atmosphere in this Mickey Mouse short film. 1933–1945 Sex mystery Prohibited in National Socialist Germany because of the erotic content. 1933–1945 Four of the Infantry (Western Front 1918, also known as Comrades of 1918) War drama banned in Nazi Germany because of pacifism. 1934–1945 M - A city is looking for a murderer Banned in Nazi Germany. 1934–1945 Nana Banned in Nazi Germany because of its conspiracy showing a soldier visiting a prostitute in violation of the military's sensitivity and code of honor 1934–1945 The Prize Fighter and the Lady (1933) Banned in Nazi Germany because Max Bär was a Jew. 1934–1945 The will of Dr. Mabuse Banned in Nazi Germany because "criminal acts were depicted in such detail and fascinatingly that they could seduce imitators". It also had an anti-authoritarian tone, and certain Mabuse dialogues were straight out of Mein Kampf.1936–1945 The bohemian girl Banned in National Socialist Germany because the positive portrayal of Gypsies "had no place" in the Third Reich. 1936–1956 Modern times Banned in Nazi Germany for advocating communism. 1937–1945 La Grande Illusion Banned in Nazi Germany for its anti-war message. Propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels called his director Jean Renoir "Cinematographic Enemy Number One". 1938–1950 A Prussian love story Banned in National Socialist Germany because the act of a love affair between the Kaiser and an actress was too similar to Goebbels' own affair. Even after the war, it was not until 1950 that the film was released. 1939–1977 Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939) The first anti-Nazi film shot in Hollywood before the start of World War II, Adolf Hitler banned it and all Warner Bros. films from being shown during the remainder of the German Chancellor's term. He reportedly planned to execute the makers of that film after winning the war. It was only shown publicly in Germany on March 11, 1977. 1939–1945 Kitty and the World Conference (Kitty and the World Conference) Despite the initially successful box in National Socialist Germany, office runs were banned. After the outbreak of World War II that same year, Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels withdrew it from theaters because he felt it was too cheap a view of Britain. 1939–1978 Mr. Smith Goes to WashingtonBanned in Nazi Germany because it showed democracy working well.1940–1945 The Great DictatorBanned in Nazi Germany for mocking Nazism and Hitler. During World War II, it was once shown to German soldiers in 1942: In German-occupied Yugoslavia, local guerillas sneaked a copy from Greece into an army-cinema in an act of cultural sabotage. After half of the film had been shown, German officers stopped the screening and threatened to shoot the Yugosl Vogelprojektionist. Apparently the film was ordered by the Reich Chancellery. It was first shown in West Germany in 1958. 1940–1945 La Kermesse Heroïque (Carnival in Flanders) (1935) In Nazi Germany and Belgium from 1943–1949 Titanic (1943) Banned Nazi Germany by Joseph Goebbels because some of the scenes could demoralize the audience, even though they were done by the Nazi propaganda department itself. The Allied Control Council also banned the film after the war because of its Nazi propaganda. After the occupation was terminated, the German film rating system classified it under parental guidance as 12 years or older and 6 years or older. It was sometimes shown on German television after the war, and a low-quality, censored VHS copy was released in 1992. 1944–1945 Great Freedom No. 7 (Great Freedom No. 7) Banned in Nazi Germany. It premiered in occupied Prague in December 1944. 1945 Goodbye, Franziska! (Goodbye, Franziska!) Banned by the Allies after World War II because of its ending, reminding viewers to support the war effort. It was eventually re-approved after director Helmut Käutner was able to convince officials that the propaganda sequence did not reflect his political ideology and was added at the request of the Nazi censors. Since the rest of the film was fairly a-political, it was re-circulated with only the ending propaganda sequence removed. 1945– The Eternal Jew (The Eternal Jew) Banned since 1945 because of anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda. It is authorized for use in classrooms and other academic purposes only. However, exhibitors must have formal training in "Media Studies and the History of the Holocaust". Public use is prohibited from 2013. 1945– Jud Süss (1940) Excluded from the German exhibition in 1945 due to a decree of the Allied military occupation. Director Veit Harlan was ordered by court order to destroy what was then believed to be Jud Suss's only remaining negative, and he reportedly did so in April 1954. However, a few years later, copies of the film began to embarrass the West German government. After a lengthy investigation, it was found that there was another negative in East Germany and it was used to make prints dubbed in Arabic and distributed in Middle Eastern countries such as Egypt and Lebanon. Although this negative was never found, it was widely believed that this version was produced and distributed by the Stasi or the KGB to incite anti-Semitism among Egyptians and Palestinians against the US supported Israel (and henceforth the support of the Soviet Union-backed Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser). The film is copyrighted by the state F.W. Murnau Foundation. The foundation only permits film screenings to be accompanied by an introduction in which the historical context and the intended effects are explained. 1951 The Subject (film) (Lackey the Emperor) Prohibited in West Germany because of "anti-constitutional" content. Uncut version published in West Germany in 1971. 1956 You and many a comrade Banned in West Germany because of "anti-constitutional" content. 1956 Thomas Muentzer (film) (Thomas Müntzer) Banned in West Germany because of "anti-constitutional" content. 1957–1959 Paths of Glory Prohibited so as not to strain relations with France. 1958 And Quiet Flows the Don Banned in West Germany because of "anti-constitutional" content. Part 1 was published in West Germany in 1959, Part 2 and 3 were first broadcast on West German television in 1968. 1960–1965 Higher principle Banned in West Germany until 1965 because of "anti-German" content. 1974–1978 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) Banned in West Germany due to extreme violence. 1992 Braindead Prohibited due to bloody violence. Although the uncut version is still banned, numerous DVDs of the film are in circulation in Germany, most of which are heavily edited. 2010 Zidan ("Prison") (1974) Although the ban is not currently in force, Zindan, directed by Remzi Jonturk, remains the only Turkish film title that has ever been banned in Germany for blood, violence and cruelty. 2010 Saw 3D Prohibited because Tiergarten AG has determined that several scenes in the film violate the Violence Act §131 StGB. Private copies are still legal and personal use is not a criminal offense. However, any public show of the film is strictly prohibited and punishable by law. There is a censored version "No youth approval / no youth approval", but all violent scenes have been cut out. This copy is still legal to retail as "KJ" rated films cannot be indexed / banned. 2011 Valley of the Wolves: Palestine Banned in Germany due to FSK First concern about the perceived anti-Israeli and anti-American overtones of the film. 2015 Prohibited on rape allegations involving Karl Schmidt, a real life rapist from Germany who appears as a rapist in the film Occurred in 1965 -1990 I am the rabbit East Germany Banned by the East German communist government because of criticism of everyday life in the country. Although it was not directly related to politics, it was nonetheless perceived as a dangerous criticism of the system. Due to the shame of the film, all banned films in the GDR were referred to as "rabbit films". The film was banned until Germany was reunited in 1990. 1965–1990 Just don't think I'm crying (I don't think I'm going to cry) Banned by the East German communist government for criticizing the regime. 1966–1989 Trail of stonesBanned by the East German communist government. 1971–1989 The Russians are coming (The Russians are coming) Banned by the East German communist government because of its subject, in which a young Nazi lives for fear of the approaching Russian army. Although the Russians are eventually portrayed in a sympathetic light, the plot was too controversial, especially three years after the Prague Spring.1955 Les Maîtres Fous Ghana A documentation about the religious rituals of the Hauka tribe. Banned at the time in Ghana and several other French and English colonies in Africa because the Africans had obviously tried to imitate and mock the "white oppressors". On the other hand, African students, teachers and directors found the film to be an "exotic racism" of the African people. 1914 Golfo (1914) Greece Prohibited for his royalist feelings. 1967–1974 Z (1969) Banned under the Colonel's regime for criticizing the junta. 1945 Jud Süss (1940) Hungary Banned since the end of World War II because of its anti-Jewish and National Socialist content. 1947–1979 Song of the Cornfields Prohibited because it is “spiritual”, depicting the controversial issue of Hungarian prisoners held by the Soviets and depicting religious values. 1956–1986 Keserű igazság (Bitter Truth) Prohibited because of criticism of the forced industrialization of Hungary. 1956–1989 Eltüsszentett birodalom (An empire that sneezes away) Prohibited for portraying a monarch who shares similarities with the dictatorship of the Hungarian communist leader Mátyás Rákosi.1957–1984 A remarkable case Prohibited for depicting the corruption of the dictatorship of the Hungarian communist leader Mátyás Rákosi.1969–1981 A Tanú (The Witness) Banned for almost a decade under the communist government for mocking the regime. 1974 –1984 Bástyasétány '74 (Bastion Promenade '74) Forbidden for unclear reasons. 1983–1989 Dream brigade Prohibited for being adical to r. 1985–1999 The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) Iceland Prohibited due to force majeure; A censored version was later released. 1987 Necromancer Prohibited due to transgressive content (including necrophilia) and bold imagery. 1992 Cannibal Holocaust Prohibited because of very strong violence and offensive depictions of human and animal cruelty. Still forbidden. For movies that are in India banned, see list of banned films in India. 1976 Max Havelaar Indonesia For his forbidden parallels between the anti-colonial history and the regime of that time. 1982 The year of dangerous life Prohibited because of his criticism of the Sukarno regime. The ban was lifted in 1999. 1994 Schindlers List Prohibited because it sympathizes with the Jewish cause. 2007 Long way to heaven Bali banned Bali on the island as local politicians feared the film, which deals with the 2002 Bali bombings, might encourage hatred and intolerance. 2009 Balibo Forbidden to be critical of the Indonesian government. This Australian film is based on the story of the Balibo Five, a group of journalists who died in the 1975 Indonesian invasion of East Timor 2014 Noah 2015 Fifty shades of gray Prohibited because of sexual content; However, Johan Tjasmadi, a member of the Lembaga Sensor Film (Indonesia Film Censorship Board), said the film was never registered on the board. 1969 Gaav (The Cow) Iran Briefly banned by The Shah's regime due to what has been perceived as the film depicting Iran as a rural, culturally backward society. The film may later be shown on the condition that the film begins with a disclaimer explaining to the audience that the film is set a few decades ago and does not reflect modern Iran. 1975 Salò or the 120 days of Sodom Prohibited due to graphic violence and nudity. 1980 cruise Banned when first published. 1981 Bita Prohibited under the 1981 Censorship Act because it criticized the exploitation of women by men. 1981 Ghaire aze Khoudo Hitch Kass Naboud Banned under the 1981 Censorship Act because it constitutes a lesbian relationship and is a controversy. 1996 Gabbeh Forbidden to be "subversive". 1996 Nūn o goldūn (A moment of innocence) Prohibited because of the subject that different people may experience the same incident in different ways. 2001 Zoolander Prohibited for perceived support of gay rights.2004 Marmoulak Inemas pulled out of c two weeks after its premiere in Iran due to the film, which pokes fun at conservative attitudes of the clergy in Iran. 2010 300 Banned due to negative portrayal of the Persian military. 2012 Argo Prohibited for its negative portrayal of Iran. It was the only Oscar-winning best picture banned in the country. 1999 South Park: Bigger, longer and uncut Iraq Banned under Saddam Hussein's regime because he portrayed him in a comedic light. 2015 American sniper Prohibited because of "insulting the population". 1931–2000 Monkey business Ireland Banned its first release for fear that its anarchic comedy style would inspire society to change. The ban was only officially lifted in 2000. 1943 The outlaw Prohibited because of sexual advice. 1945 Mildred Pierce Forbidden. 1945 Short encounter Prohibited as it was considered too permissive to commit adultery. 1946 The great sleep Prohibited because of sexual advice. 1950 indignation Banned rape because of its subject. 1967–2000 Ulysses Banned for three decades. The film wasn't released for general release until 2000. 1971–2000 A clockwork orange Banned for its extreme portrayal of violence and rape. In 2000 the ban was lifted. 1978, 2010 I spit on your grave Banned because of its scenes of graphic violence and lengthy depictions of gang rape. In 2010 the film was released uncut on DVD and Blu-ray and the ban was renewed by banning retailers from selling it. 1979–1987 Monty Python's Life of Brian Banned because of its blasphemous content. The ban was lifted in 1987. 1983–1990 Monty Pythons The meaning of life Banned because of its blasphemous content. The ban was lifted in 1990. 1994 Natural Born Killers Banned for fear of copycat murders. 1997 Preach to the perverts Forbidden out of obscenity. 1948 Oliver Twist Israel Banned on its first publication as Fagin's character was considered anti-Semitic.1957 The girl in the Kremlin Prohibited because it may have Israel's diplomatic relations with Moscow.1957 China Gate has harmed. Prohibited because of excessive cruelty. The Israeli Film Censorship Agency pointed out that the film portrayed Chinese and Russian soldiers as "monsters". 1965 Goldfinger Prohibited after it became known that one of the leading actors, Gert Fröbe, had a Nazi past. The film only ran in theaters for six weeks. It was banned a few months later when a man went to the Israeli embassy in Vienna and told staff that Fröbe had hidden him and his mother from the Nazis (which may have saved their lives). 1973 Hitler: The Last Ten Days Prohibited because the censors were unanimously of the opinion that the portrayal of Hitler was "too human". 1987 In the realm of the senses Prohibited because of pornographic content. 1988 The last temptation of Christ Prohibited on the grounds that it could offend Christians. 2004 Jenin, Jenin Banned by the Israeli Film Ratings Board on the condition that it was defamatory and powerfully to offend the public; The Israeli Supreme Court later overturned the decision. 2004 Shrek 2 Banned for a short time in 2004, not for the film itself, but because of the Hebrew dub. Added a joke about the high-pitched voice of Israeli singer David D'Or in which one character threatens to emasculate another by saying, "Let's make a David D'Or on him". This remark prompted the artist to take legal action. 1933–1945 Duck soup Italy Banned under the regime of Benito Mussolini because he made fun of dictators and war. 1937–1945 La Grande Illusion Banned under the regime of Benito Mussolini because of his anti-war message. 1955 Totò and Carolina Prohibited first publication to make fun of the police. 1962 Jules and Jim Initially banned because of sexual attitudes, this ban was quickly lifted after a protest. 1972–1986 Last tango in Paris Banned from 1972 to 1986 because of "profanity". 1982–2009 Lion of the desert Banned from 1982 to 2009 as it was considered detrimental to the honor of the Italian Army 862> 1999 Li chiamarono ... briganti! Banned from theatrical release and still not available on VHS and DVD since it was the Italian Association.1939–1946 viewed critically The Mikado Japan banned until after World War II because this could be interpreted as disrespectful to the Emperor of Japan. 1945–1952 The men who step on tiger tails Banned in Japan by the US occupation government for seven years because of "feudal values". 1976–1982 In the realm of the senses Banned in Japan for its graphic sex scenes. In 1982 the court ruled in favor of director Nagisa Oshima, but the film is still only available in a censored cut. 2006 The Da Vinci Code Jordan Prohibited due to blasphemous content. 2013 The wolf of Wall Street Kenya Prohibited because of explicit sexual content, profanity, drug use and nudity. 2014 Stories of our lives Prohibited because this documentary about being gay in Kenya showed "profanity, explicit scenes of sexual activity" and promoted homosexuality. 2015 Fifty shades of gray Forbidden because of its sexual content. 1971 A clockwork orange North Korea and South Korea Prohibited for depictions of violence and group rape. Has since been lifted in South Korea. 1973 Last tango in Paris Prohibited because of its strong sexual content. 1975–1981 Ban Geum-ryeon Banned for six years, was published in South Korea with an average of 40 minutes. 1979 Apocalypse Now Banned under President Park Chung-hee's regime, import of the film was suspended because of its anti-war theme. 1992 Braindead Prohibited due to bloody violence. 2004 Team America: World Police (2004) Because of ridicule 2009 2012 Prohibited because 2012 coincides with Kim Il Sung's 100th birthday. The year had also been dubbed "the year of the opening of the great gates for an emerging superpower". For example, a film that portrays the year in a negative light has been classified as offensive by the North Korean government. Several people were reportedly arrested in North Korea for possessing or viewing imported copies of the film and charged with "grave provocation against the development of the state". 2014 The Interview (2014) The North Korean government believes the film about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is "dangerous filmmaking that justifies and promotes terrorism," according to a statement from the North by the Korean Embassy in Russia. 1999 South Park: Bigger, longer and uncut Kuwait Prohibited for insulting the Muslim Brotherhood. The TV series itself is also banned in the country. 2004 Fahrenheit 9/11 Banned because they wage the Iraq war and attacked the royal family of Saudi Arabia. 2007 The kingdom Prohibited for "misrepresentation" of 1996 bomb attack in Saudi Arabia. 2017 Beauty and the Beast 2006 The Da Vinci Code Lebanon Prohibited due to blasphemous content. 2007 Persepolis banned banned include some clergy heard that he is "offensive" Iran and Islam. "The ban was lifted after an outcry in Lebanese intellectual and political circles. 2008 Waltz with Bashir The film is banned in Lebanon, which the best known say the film is a vague and certain time in moving Lebanon's history. A movement of bloggers, Actions of the Lebanese Inner Circle, +961 and others, have rebelled against the Lebanese government's ban on the film and sold it to be seen by local Lebanese critics, despite the government's ability to control it to forbid. The film was privately screened in Beirut in January 2009 in front of 90 people. Some have many Temporary Rights. Unofficial orders are also administered in the country. 2017 Justice League The film is banned in Lebanon the representation of the Israeli portrayal Gal Gadot is banned, in contrast to the Arab countries, which forbid Israelis for films. 1979 Monty Python's Life of Brian Malaysia Prohibited due to blasphemous content. 1993 Schindlers List Initially forbidden; The Malaysian Film Censorship Board classified the film as "propaganda aimed at getting bitten". A heavily censored DVD version was launched in 2004. 1994 pulp Fiction Prohibited due to intense violence, drug abuse, explicit nudity and scene violence. 1998 Barney's great adventure Prohibited because the censors consider it unacceptable to belong to children without expecting more. 2001 Zoolander Prohibited because of its negative portrayal of Malaysia. In this comedy film there is the title character Malaysia, which is being called an impoverished country, leads from sweatshirts. Malaysia's censorship authorities consider it "definitely unsuitable". 2013 The wolf of Wall Street Banned due to calf safety rights, drug threats, and contradictions of prohibited language. 2014 The raid 2: Berandal Forbidden when first published. 2014 Noah Prohibited because of forbidden content and its representations of the prophets. 2015 Fifty shades of gray Because of its stronger content, it banned the content and its graphic nudity. 2015 The Danish girl Because of the given and naked content, also out of its own depravity.2017 Beauty and the Beast 1987 The last temptation of Christ Mexico Forbidden for blasphemous subjects. 2007 The Simpsons Movie Myanmar (Burma) Prohibited because of the juxtaposition of the colors yellow and red, which will be used as well for rebel groups. 2008 Rambo Prohibited because of negative portrayals of Burmese soldiers. 1932 Scram! Netherlands Banned on his first first because Laurel and Hardy are sitting on a bed with a woman they were not lost with. The censored dies for being "indecent". Today the film is not banned. 2010 Maladolescenza Banned by the Alkmaar court since March 25, 2010 classifying several scenes as child pornography. The decision includes that the possession, the rights and the knowledgeable access to the film is prohibited. 1975–1992 Salò or the 120 days of Sodom Strangers Banned when it was first published, but repealed after seventeen years. 1980, 2006 Cannibal Holocaust Prohibited because of its extremely knowledgeable content and the killing of animals on the screen. (also 2006 rights) 1981 Mad Max Banned in 1979 due to a violent graphic death. 2004 Puni Puni Poemy Prohibited on the grounds that it “tends to take over the perception of children and act for, and possess, and die to the degree.” Use of self-compulsion to oppose individuals to subordinate themselves to behavior. "2007–2008 Hostel: Part II Prohibited after a scene that "belongs to an act of extreme violence with personal satisfaction". The inclusion of this scene is part of the fact that the film became the most objectionable under s3 (2) (f) of the Film, Video and Publication Classification Act of 1993 because it "promoted and acted" acts of torture and causing extreme violence and extreme Cruelty "was making it illegal to show the film heard. Sony Pictures remove themselves, removing the scene. On January 29, 2008, the film was approved for" Torture and Sadistic Violence "with R18 rights. 2005 Vase de Noces Prohibited because of the film "Bestiality and Taxes". As of 2017, it is still banned. 2010 I spit on your grave (remake 2010) Prohibited "because it tends to belong to the use of force and to own it, belong to the person who submits to safe behavior."2010 Ikki Tousen: Dragon Fate Prohibited because of the perception of children. The reaction of the New Zealand film has found the distributor Madman Entertainment not to give the best volumes there. 2011 Megan is being watched Prohibited because of violent violence among personal young people. 2011 The human centipede 2 Prohibited because of blood, violence and explicit political relationships. 2012 A Serbian film Banned by the government on May 25th, 2012 powers of "indecent powers", of sub-propigency and / or other indecent and obnoxious abilities) 2013 Maniac Prohibition of Violation of Cinemas and Home Videos ;; The OFLC was of the opinion that "the tacit reception, cruel and behavioral behavior through the portrayal and decrease of the first person as well as given, may be part of an erosion of empathy in some viewers". 2014 High school DxD Banned from children due to behavioral issues. The OFLCs turned in their responsibility releases were banned when rejected. 2009 District 9 Nigeria Prohibited because of previous effects, being xenophobic and racist, including Nigerians. 1964–1971 491 Norway Prohibited because of homosexual issues; A censored version was posted later. 1972 Pink flamingos Forbidden for years when it was first published. 1974–1997 The chainsaw massacre in Texas Creepy violence prohibited because of high forces. Ban was lifted in 1997 and unprotected with one of ((for) culprits. 1979–1980 Monty Python's Life of Brian Forbidden because of jokes, dying considered offensive to religious people. In Sweden the film was rejected and was even shot with the slogan "The film is so funny it was banned in Norway". In 1980 the Norwegian ban was lifted. 1987 Necromancer By the Norwegian Media Authority for outrageous, abusive and hideous violence (necrophilia extremely prohibited) violence, animal cruelty and / or any other material that is disgusting and hideous). 2009 Ichi The Killer Prohibited because of violence and cruelty with stronger influence. In January 2009, the Norwegian media authority classified the film as "Rejected" and banned the film in Norway, the government is managed by a management at the Stockholm Film Festival 2011 A Serbian film Prohibited because of violations of criminal law sections 204a and 382, ​​which deal with child eligibility and extreme violence. Still forbidden. 1940 The great dictator Paraguay Under the regime of Higinio Morínigo.1971 Sacco & Vanzetti Under the regime of 1979 The deer hunter Banned under the regime of Alfredo Stroessner because of "risk of misunderstanding". 1980 The blood of Hussain Pakistan Banned by General Zia ul-Haq, he was banned from a coup in 1977 when the film saw a fictional military coup in an unfavorable light. 2006 The Da Vinci Code Prohibited due to blasphemous content. 2012 Agent Vinod From the Board of Directors for Film Censors of Pakistan