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The Bulgarian film rating system is defined in the Film Industry Act of 2003 and administered by the National Film Rating Committee. A – Recommended for children. B – No age restrictions. C – Not recommended for children under 12. No persons under 12 shall be admitted unless accompanied by an adult. D – Prohibited for persons under 16. Follow @FilmRatings on Twitter for daily updates on film ratings. Looking for more information on how the film rating system works? Check out FilmRatings.com to learn the history of the film rating program, and to download additional film rating resources.

The film rating system has had a number of high-profile critics. Film critic Roger Ebert has called for replacing the NC-17 rating with separate ratings for pornographic and non-pornographic adult film. Ebert argued that the system places too much emphasis on sex, while allowing the portrayal of massive amounts of gruesome violence. A failed London musician meets once a week with a woman for a series of intense sexual encounters to get away from the realities of life. But when he begins inquiring about her, it puts their relationship at risk.

Thousands of adult movie and sex toy reviews for your reading pleasure. Find out what the critics and connoisseurs have to say about popular adult DVDs and sex toys before you buy at Adult DVD Empire. CHECK THE BOX. Use the rating system to “Check the Box” and decide if a film is right for your family. The information in the box includes the letter rating, designating the level of content in the movie, and also the descriptor, giving a snapshot of the elements in the movie that lead to that rating.