Boarding House is a 1982 USA comedy horror by John Wintergate (as Johnn Wintergate).
Starring John Wintergate, Kalassu and Lindsay Freeman.
Noted as the first horror film shot on video. The director's original cut was massively shortened for theatrical release. Both version are now available in the US. Banned by the BBFC for 1983 video release in the UK.
Resembling a cross between "The Amityville Horror" and a Playboy Playmates video, this film tells the terrifying tale of a cheesy video special effect that stalks bikini-clad women. In between scenes of them playfully splashing each other and
wrestling with each other's bathing suit tops, they're murdered and/or terrorized by horrific hallucinations. These hallucinations include seeing blood in the shower stalls (while they're trying to lather up), having giant monsters jump out of the
hall closet, and seeing their faces temporarily turn into rubber halloween masks.
US: The Director's Cut is MPAA Unrated for:
2015 Olive Films DVD [Director's Cut + Theatrical Cut] R1 DVD
at US Amazon released on 29th September 2015
US: The Theatrical Cut is MPAA R rated for:
2015 Olive Films DVD [Director's Cut + Theatrical Cut] R1 DVD
at US Amazon released on 29th September 2015
UK: The Theatrical Cut was banned by the BBFC for:
The Shortened Version was passed X without further BBFC cuts for the 1963 cinema release.
The original Italian version had four segments, starting with Act 1 Renzo e Luciana , directed by Mario Monicelli. The producers decided to shorten it for commercial purposes just before the feature went to the Cannes Film Festival in
1962 for the opening screening. Although Mario Monicelli had sued Boccaccio 70 went to be released worldwide without "Renzo e Luciana".
Body Bags is a 1993 USA TV comedy horror by John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper...
Starring John Carpenter, Tom Arnold and Tobe Hooper.
Uncut by the BBFC but there is a severely cut R rated version used for US DVD releases. Uncut and MPAA Unrated for 2013 US Blu-ray.
Alex Datcher ( Passenger 57 ) stars as a woman working the late shift at The Gas Station while a killer is on the loose. Then, Stacy Keach ( Road Games ) can't stand the thought of losing his Hair and he'll do anything to keep
it. And finally, Mark Hamill ( Star Wars ) portrays a baseball player that submits to an Eye transplant after he loses an eye in a car accident.
Body Double is a 1984 USA mystery thriller by Brian De Palma.
Starring Craig Wasson, Melanie Griffith and Gregg Henry.
Passed 18 uncut for 1984 cinema release but was cut by the BBFC for the follow up 18 rated vHS releases. Later uncut on DVD from 2000. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Summary Review: Strange little film
This is quite a strange little film. Jake (Wasson) is a claustrophobic, B-Movie actor who has just been fired from his latest film when a friend invites him to look after an apartment for a few days. While there, Jake becomes
a voyeur of a scantily - clad woman who performs some erotic dance routine nightly, on the dot. Jake unwittingly becomes a stalker, not just of the mystery woman, but of her other stalker! Inevitably, Jake witnesses her murder.
The majority of this movie is fantastically directed, the scenes on set of the low budget vampire flick, the battle at the end (and the excellent cross-over to the said vampire film) and the surreal music video within a film
featuring Frankie Goes to Hollywood on a porn set, this is quite an experience.
Craig Wasson is incredible in this film. He fits the role perfectly, an amazing, shamefully underused actor.It's definitely worth getting hold of this movie, just be wary of the cringe-worthy moments.
UK: Passed 18 uncut with BBFC cuts waived since 2000 for:
2016 Powerhouse Films/Indicator Limited Edition RB Blu-ray/R2 DVD Combo
at UK Amazon
UK: Passed 18 after 5s of BBFC compulsory cuts for:
1992 Video Collection International VHS
1987 RCA/Columbia VHS
The BBFC cuts were:
Holly (Melanie Griffith) line of dialogue regarding what she wont do in porn films is cut. For the faint hearted cover your ears now: I will not shave my pussy. No fist-fucking. Absolutely no coming in my face
The last shot of the video is reduced with a fade-out that appears 4s early. This masks out the BBFC no-no of blood on the breasts.
Body of Evidence is a 1993 Germany / USA romance by Uli Edel.
Starring Madonna, Willem Dafoe and Joe Mantegna.
Cut in the US for an R rating but the uncut version was released worldwide with an 18 rating in the UK. The uncut version is MPAA Unrated in the US.
A millionaire is found dead of heart failure handcuffed to the bed with a home video tape of him and his lover. When cocaine is found in his system, and his will leaves $8 million to his lover, they arrest her on suspicion of murder. Her lawyer
succumbs to her charms, and he begins a torrid and kinky affair with her. As new evidence turns up during trial, he begins to wonder if he's defending a murderer.
As one starts watching this movie, one thinks at first that it is a routine TV quality movie. It appeared at first to be a rip off of the theme from Madonna's Body of Evidence . Both movies rely on the sexuality of
the female stars. I for one am glad that I watched this movie.
Shannon Whirry's sexuality makes this mediocre movie worth watching. One scene in particular where she is recounting a tale to the psychiatrist while simultaneously teasing him by stripping and doing body gymnastics
literally under his nose is unforgettable. She alone makes this worth watching.
The other characters in this movie are memorable only to the extent that they are reacting to the hot sexual aura put out by Shannon Whirry. At least for males this is a much better than average movie.
The 1993 video from Imperial Entertainment was cut by 3s. This release was known as Animal Instincts II
The Body Stealers is a 1969 UK Sci-Fi horror mystery by Gerry Levy.
Starring George Sanders, Maurice Evans and Patrick Allen.
Uncut and X rated for 1969 cinema release. This was not a success and the film was edited for an A rating. This cut version has been used for all releases since.
A British military paratrooper disappears in mid-air during a jump from an army plane. Two investigators, Patrick Allen and Neil Connery, try to unravel how this happened. What they uncover is an alien plot to steal the bodies of earthlings by
snatching them out of the air.
UK: A pre-cut version was passed PG for mild sex references and violence without BBFC cuts for:
2004 Anchor Bay Entertainment UK video
The film was originally passed uncut as an X for cinema by the BBFC before poor sales led to the film being recalled and re-cut for an A certificate. The cuts included:
edits to Lorna's swimming scene to remove nudity and
a shortening of the love scene between Lorna and Bob.
The opening scene is missing the woman's strip and part of her pleasuring attempt on the killer. The subsequent longshot of her with a plastic bag on her head is also missing.
The 2nd cut scene is the rape of Cheung. Her stripping to underwear is shortened and the scene cuts when the two assistants startt pushing her. The uncut feature shows them pushing her and hitting with a pillow for a further minute.
The 2nd rape of Cheung is also shortened. A scene showing Slashface's buttocks against her leg has been removed.
There is an uncut version on HongKong VCD and on Hong Kong DVD from the Mei Ah Laser Disc Company Ltd
Boesman and Lena is a 2000 South Africa / France drama by John Berry.
Starring Danny Glover, Angela Bassett and Willie Jonah.
The cinema release is a rare example where the word 'motherfucker' has been allowed in a 12/12A rated film. In fact the BBFC were only brave for the cinema version, the rating was raised to 15 for DVD.
The 2001 cinema release was rated 12 for single use of strong and coarse language ('motherfucker') and mild violence
The Bogey Man is a 1980 US horror by Ulli Lommel
With Suzanna Love, John Carradine and Ron James.
Passed X (18) uncut for 1980 cinema release. The 1981 VHS release was banned as a video nasty. Cut by the BBFC for 1982 VHS. Uncut for 2000 DVD and an extended version released on DVD in 2004. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Summery Review: One of the better nasties
Through the reflection in the mirror, a girl witnesses her mother's boyfriend's murder.
I was surprised that this movie got such a low rating, to me it's one of the better horror films I've seen in some time. Ulli Lommel allows the horror in this story to gradually build until it erupts in very frightening and
disturbing and occasionally blackly comic ways.
The boogeyman's appearances in the film are effectively kept very brief, he doesn't become a silly charactor of the Freddy/Jason mould. Ulli lommel keeps the location barren and banal and uses them in inventive ways. The scenes in
which the disturbed deaf brother paints over every mirror in the house is brilliant and foreshadows a lot of scenes in clean-shaven.
A good portion of Lacy's nightmare, beginning with the shot of her being dragged over the floor only dressed in her underwear. She gets thrown on a bed and bound pretty much the same way as her brother Willie in the opening sequence. Somebody
is sharpening a big butcher-knife, intercut with close ups of her scared face. The cut version starts off again with a shot of the shining knife being raised.
When the girl in the bathroom gets forced by "the Bogeyman" to stab herself with a pair of scissors, some shots of blood running down her breasts got removed.
A shot of the above mentioned girl's body (with bloodstained breasts) in the bathtub was significantly shortened.
UK: Released on pre-cert video for:
1981 Vipco VHS
Released on video in November 1981 by Vipco. The video was listed on the
Video Nasties List in October 1983 but was dropped from the list in July 1985
Boogeyman II is a 1983 USA horror by Bruce Pearn and Ulli Lommel.
With Suzanna Love, Ulli Lommel and Shannah Hall.
Lame sequel the re-uses most of the first film. The original release was banned as a
video nasty. Later released in a Director's Cut/Redux version, but this was no better, and possibly worse
Summary Review: Re-hash
The Boogeyman is a minor 80's classic. The story is pure hokum, but the film is full of absurdly grotesque murder sequences and extreme gore. Ulli Lommel and his buddies must have been so proud on their accomplishment that they decided to
re-use all the best footage to fill up almost three quarters of the sequel.
Boogeyman II is stuffed like a Christmas turkey with key footage of the original, and that's the main reason why it receives so many negative reviews around here.
Boogeyman II is 50 minutes of stock footage and 25 minutes of non-stop new murders. The new massacres are very lame in comparison with those of the original, though. Death by electric toothbrush and suffocation in shaving gel, for example.
The film still got included in the infamous list of video nasties, but only because of the stock footage of the original and not because of the ridiculous new murder set pieces.
UK: The Redux Version/Director's Cut was passed 18 uncut for:
Boo 2! A Madea Halloween is a 2017 USA comedy horror by Tyler Perry.
Starring Tyler Perry, Patrice Lovely and Brock O'Hurn.
Cut in the US for an MPAA PG-13 rated theatrical release in 2017.
Madea, Bam, and Hattie venture to a haunted campground and the group must run for their lives when monsters, goblins, and the boogeyman are unleashed.
US: Cut for an MPAA PG-13 rating for sexual references, drug content, language and some horror images.
Director Tyler Perry said that an earlier submission had resulted in an R rating. He attributed this to Madea's pot-smoking brother, Joe, and his foul language. Perry elaborated:
Just language. Joe. Out of control. His language was just really really rough and in PG you could only really say... they only give you so many curse words if you are going to stay PG-13. That was it, just language.
The Boondock Saints is a 1999 USA / Canada action crime thriller by Troy Duffy.
Starring Willem Dafoe, Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus.
The film was cut in the US for an MPAA R rating. Both the cut and uncut version have been passed 18 in the UK for 2001/2202 DVD.
Two Irish brothers accidentally kill mafia thugs. They turn themselves in and are released as heroes. They then see it as a calling by God and start knocking off mafia gang members one by one. Willem Dafoe plays the detective trying to figure out
the killings, but the closer he comes to catching the Irish brothers, the more he thinks the brothers are doing the right thing.
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day is a 2009 USA action crime comedy by Troy Duffy.
With Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus and Billy Connolly.
No censorship issues with the 2009 Theatrical Version. A Director's Cut was released in 2013
The MacManus brothers are living a quiet life in Ireland with their father, but when they learn that their beloved priest has been killed by mob forces, they go back to Boston to bring justice to those responsible and avenge the priest.
Boot Hill is a 1969 Italy comedy western by Giuseppe Colizzi.
With Terence Hill, Woody Strode and Bud Spencer.
Honey Fisher has become a powerful man in this small Western town that has grown up around gold-prospecting fields. Fisher and his gang have managed, through swindling, murder, and terror, to gain leases on the important gold-yielding land in the
area. A state commissioner comes to town to review the leases, which are crucial to Fisher's power. Cat Stevens and Hutch Bessy join forces with circus performers and townsfolk led by Stevens' friend Finch to fight against Fisher and his henchmen.
UK: A re-edited version was passed PG uncut for mild violence and bad language for:
The Borgias is a 2011-2013 Hungary/Ireland/Canada TV crime drama
With Jeremy Irons, François Arnaud and Holliday Grainger.
Following the Borgia family as they rise to power in the Roman Catholic church. Rodrigo Borgia uses bribery, with the help of his son, to secure his position as Pope Alexander VI. But he has gained enemies in the College of Cardinals, who begin to
plot against him. He must find alliances.
The Borgias [Season 3, Episode 1, The Face of Death] is a 2013 TV crime drama by Kari Skogland.
With Jeremy Irons, François Arnaud and Holliday Grainger.
UK: Passed 15 for strong violence after 9s of BBFC compulsory cuts for:
The Born Losers is a 1967 USA action thriller by Tom Laughlin (as TC Frank).
Starring Tom Laughlin, Elizabeth James and Jeremy Slate.
Banned by the BBFC for 1969 cinema release. A shortened re-release was passed X without BBFC cuts for 1975 cinema release. The BBFC required cuts for the 18 rated full length 1987 VHS. Uncut and MPAA PG rated in the US. Cinema releases were also
banned in New Zealand and Sweden.
A malicious motorcycle gang harasses the residents of a small California town, intimidating most residents to not report them to the police. Among the gang's crimes is the rape of four young women. As the gang attempts to threaten the women into
not testifying at the indictment hearing, one of the women, Vicki, comes under the protection of Billy Jack, who has also had several altercations with the gang. The gang escalates their pressure on both Vicki and Billy Jack to keep her out of the
The Boss is a 2016 USA comedy by Ben Falcone.
Starring Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Bell and Peter Dinklage.
Exists as a Theatrical Version and an Unrated/Extended Version.
A titan of industry is sent to prison after she's caught insider trading. When she emerges ready to rebrand herself as America's latest sweetheart, not everyone she screwed over is so quick to forgive and forget.
UK: The Extended Version was passed 15 uncut for strong language, sex references, drug misuse for:
2016 Universal Pictures [Theatrical + Extended Versions] RB Blu-ray
at UK Amazon
2016 Universal Pictures [Theatrical + Extended Versions] R2 DVD
at UK Amazon
US: The Extended Version is uncut and MPAA Unrated for:
2016 Universal [Theatrical + Extended Versions] RA Blu-ray
at US Amazon
Boss is a 1975 USA comedy western by Jack Arnold.
Starring Fred Williamson, D'Urville Martin and William Smith.
Originally titled Boss Nigger in the US and was PG rated by the MPAA. This was cut in the UK for an 'AA' rated cinema release in 1976. Changing times meant that the title had to be censored to Boss for 2008 DVD release.
Two black bounty hunters ride into a small town out West in pursuit of an outlaw. They discover that the town has no sheriff, and soon take over that position, much against the will of the mostly white townsfolk. They raise hell, chase women, and
milk the locals for cash, while waiting for the opportunity to get their man.
US: Uncut and MPAA PG rated for:
2018 Kit Parker Films/The Sprocket Vault R0 Blu-ray/R0 DVD Combo
at US Amazon titled Boss
2018 Kit Parker Films/The Sprocket Vault Amazon Prime VoD
at US Amazon titled Boss
2008 Kit Parker Films/The Sprocket Vault R0 DVD
The film was re-titled for modern day sensitivities from Nigger Boss to Boss for 2008 release.
The Boston Strangler is a 1968 USA crime mystery thriller by Richard Fleischer.
Starring Tony Curtis, Henry Fonda and George Kennedy.
Cut by the BBFC for X rated cinema release in 1969. Cut again for 1988 18 rated VHS but the BBFC cuts were waived for 2004 18 rated DVD. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
Boston is being terrorized by a series of seemingly random murders of women. Based on the true story, the film follows the investigators path through several leads before introducing the Strangler as a character. It is seen almost exclusively from
the point of view of the investigators who have very few clues to build a case upon.
UK: Passed 18 uncut for moderate nudity and violence with previous BBFC cuts waived for:
Bottoms Up is a 2006 USA comedy romance by Erik MacArthur(as Erik Macarthur).
Starring Jason Mewes, David Keith and Paris Hilton.
Cut in the US for an MPAA R rating but uncut for the rest of the world.
Owen Peadman is a Minnesota bartender who arrives in Los Angeles to try to help his father raise money to save his small restaurant. Owen shacks up with his very gay uncle Earl and tries to integrate himself into the high society of Hollywood
where a chance run-in with a wealth socialite named Lisa Mancini and her uptight actor boyfriend Hayden Field where Owen, using a little influence and blackmail, gets a taste of the fast and sordid and scandalous lifestyles of the Hollywood upper
crust while dealing with his growing romantic feelings he has for Lisa.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for strong language, sex and drug use for:
2009 Kaleidoscope Entertainment R2 DVD
at UK Amazon released on 24th August 2009
The Boxer's Omen is a phantasmagoria of grossness, questionable special effects, gawdy visuals and Buddhism that is so exuberantly bizarre I couldn't wait to see what would happen next.
Part of the movie is a kickboxing revenge story, which is the only part of The Boxer's Omen that isn't insane, but the rest of it deals with the wildly hallucinatory conflict between Buddhists and practitioners of the dark
The special effects are audaciously bad at times, particularly those involving animals. I swear that the bats and spiders in one part looked like plush toys, or something similar.
The black magic in this movie is the source for most of the grossness. Whenever one of the dark priests casts a spell, they usually chew up all sorts of nasty things and spit them out, sometimes repeatedly. There's also one
part where they slice open an alligator, toss its guts out on the floor and then stuff a corpse inside in order to raise it from the dead. I just watched Jungle Holocaust where an alligator gets sliced open and has its innards strewn about, so I
think I've had enough of that sort of thing for a while.
Because this movie exists almost entirely in the realm of the supernatural, it doesn't always make very much sense. The protagonists are Buddhists, so maybe possessing knowledge about the religion will put some of the
occurrences in this film into perspective. Otherwise, the viewer can only go along for the ride and throw reason to the wind. I guess it is best classified as fantasy/horror with a small amount of martial arts thrown in. There's also a little
T&A, for those so inclined.
If you have a difficult time suspending disbelief or like movies that make sense, you probably shouldn't watch this. I'd also recommend avoiding it if you find rampant, garish blood and gore disagreeable. Otherwise, it's
worth experiencing at least once for the mindboggling weirdness alone.
The Boy and the Beast is a 2015 Japan action animation fantasy by Mamoru Hosoda.
Starring Bryn Apprill, Kumiko As˘ and Morgan Berry.
Strong language has been cut differently for the dubbed and subtitled versions for US release.
The latest feature film from award-winning Japanese director Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars, Wolf Children): When Kyuta, a young orphan living on the streets of Shibuya, stumbles into a fantastic world of beasts, he's taken in by Kumatetsu, a gruff,
rough-around-the-edges warrior beast who's been searching for the perfect apprentice. Despite their constant bickering, Kyuta and Kumatetsu begin training together and slowly form a bond as surrogate father and son. But when a deep darkness
threatens to throw the human and beast worlds into chaos, the strong bond between this unlikely family will be put to ultimate test-a final showdown that will only be won if the two can finally work together using all of their combined strength
US: The dubbed version is MPAA PG-13 rated for some violence.
US: The sub-titled version was PG-13 rated for some violence and language.
The MPAA noted:
EDITED VERSION. CONTENT IS DIFFERENT FROM PG-13 RATED DUBBED VERSION, BULLETIN NO. 2410 (2/3/16).
Boy Meets Girl is a 1994 UK drama by Ray Brady.
With Tim Poole, Danielle Sanderson and Margot Steinberg.
Passed 18 for 1995 cinema release but was banned by the BBFC for the follow up VHS. Passed 18 uncut for 2001 DVD. Uncut and MPAA Unrated in the US.
From Dark Star magazine: Banned
Boy Meets Girl is a bold and important film. It is full of subtle and controversial arguments. To dismiss it because of its bondage/sadistic trappings (as some have already done) is to
miss the point entirely. How else could the director have approached the subject matter? Possibly as a documentary, but then that would loose the frisson of making the viewer an active participant in the debate. It is a film of violent ideas but
it is not a barrage of graphic images.
The BBFC has passed countless numbers of films more violent than Boy Meets Girl, yet refused to give it a certificate. As the director of the BBFC, James Ferman must take the
responsibility for denying you, the public, the chance to see a film which, for once, has a totally violent subject matter but does not glamorise it. Which is more than can be said of so many Hollywood studio pictures Mr Ferman has gladly issued
certificates. Explicit violence has always been a contentious issue in cinema, but never, in a so-called democracy, should honesty about violence be treated like the glorification of violence. Shame on you Mr Ferman. For all its minor faults (most
often due to the low budget) a film like Boy Meets Girl does not deserve to be treated in the manner it has been in Britain.
The BBFC said that it was banned because of its constant focus on the details of torture. See
independent.co.uk BBFC Director James Ferman explained in a letter to Brady:
This video focuses unrelentingly on the process of torture, mental as well as physical, including mutilation, sexual violation and evisceration, all in full view of the camera.
Ferman's letter continues tha the film-maker has refused to provide a coherent moral justification or context , therefore there is the risk of confirming sadistic tastes or reinforcing sadistic impulses , and this, says Ferman in
a reference to the Criminal Justice Act, is crucial to any consideration of harm to potential viewers or, through their behaviour to society.
There have been reports of a version including the word 'motherfucker' but this is not confirmed and is not apparent from any certifications received to date. Eg in the UK the film was passed PG uncut for mild violence, mild bad language.
However the film was initially rated M (PG-15) rated in Australia but was later downrated to PG on appeal. The reasons cited were that the violence and themes were sufficiently mild for a PG. No mention of strong language.
Boys Don't Cry is a 1999 USA crime romance by Kimberly Peirce.
Starring Hilary Swank, ChloŰ Sevigny and Peter Sarsgaard.
Cut in the US for an MPAA R rating.
Based on actual events. Brandon Teena is the popular new guy in a tiny Nebraska town. He hangs out with the guys, drinking, cussing, and bumper surfing, and he charms the young women, who've never met a more sensitive and considerate young man.
Life is good for Brandon, now that he's one of the guys and dating hometown beauty Lana; however, he's forgotten to mention one important detail. It's not that he's wanted in another town for GTA and other assorted crimes, but that Brandon Teena
was actually born a woman named Teena Brandon. When his best friends make this discovery, Brandon's life is ripped apart.
Director Kimberly Pierce noted that one objection from the MPAA was that one scene featured an orgasm that was too long, and rhetorically asked if anyone had ever been hurt by an orgasm that was too long. She was angry because the MPAA
wanted the sex scene between Brandon and Lana removed but was satisfied with the level of brutality in the murder scene.
The Boys in the Band is a 1970 USA gay drama by William Friedkin.
Starring Kenneth Nelson, Peter White and Leonard Frey.
Cut by the BBFC for an X rated cinema release in 1970. Later uncut and 15 rated for home video. Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
It's Harold's birthday, and his closest friends throw him a party at Michael's apartment. Among Harold's presents is "Cowboy", since Harold may have trouble finding a cute young man on his own now that he's getting older. As the party progresses
the self-deprecating humor of the group takes a nasty turn as the men become drunker. Climaxed by a cruel telephone "game" where each man must call someone and tell him (or her?) of his love for them.
UK: Passed 15 uncut for very strong language, strong sex references, discrimination, drug misuse for:
2018 Second Sight Films video
UK: Passed 15 uncut for:
1989 CBS/Fox VHS
US: Uncut and MPAA R rated in the US.
compulsory BBFC cuts
UK: Passed X (18) after compulsory BBFC cuts for:
1970 cinema release
The film is reported as the first US studio film to feature the word 'cunt' in Michael's line Donald, you are a real card-carrying cunt. The BBFC were still censoring the word in 1970, eg in Ulysses , so presumably t was the word
'cunt' that was cut by the BBFC for this cinema release.
The Boys Next Door is a 1985 USA crime thriller by Penelope Spheeris.
Starring Maxwell Caulfield, Charlie Sheen and Patti D'Arbanville.
Cut in the US for an MPAA R rating. This version became the standard release which was passed 18 for 1985 cinema release In 1986 further cuts were required by the BBFC for VHS release.
Roy and Bo leave their small town the weekend after graduation for a short road trip to LA. Soon, they find themselves lashing out and leaving a trail of bodies behind them. The violence escalates throughout.
UK: The cut R rated film was passed 18 without further BBFC cuts for:
The BBFC cut the 1997 Dangerous to Know video by 18s
Thanks to Bleach:
At 1.5 mins - After corridor shot in which clerical brother walks forward past camera and music credit fades out, remove back view of four naked boys peeing, resuming on tight profile of boys under shower.
At 22 mins - In shower scene focussing on two young boys, cut away as foreground boy bends over to pick up soap to remove sight of other boy's penis and subsequent image of both boys' nude buttocks, resuming on Brother Lavin watching.
Les garçons de Saint-Vincent: Quinze ans plus tard
1993 Canada drama by John N. Smith
The BBFC cut the 1997 Dangerous to Know video by 8s
Thanks to Bleach:
At 53 mins - In shower scene, after soap bubbles drip down boy's back masking buttock cleft as priest watches, remove shot of bubbles clearing cleft to reveal boy's wet buttocks, resuming on big close up of priest's face framed through grill