Indonesian bill may block overseas releases


Many Hollywood films and those from a lot of other countries may never be allowed to be shown in Indonesia, if the world’s largest Muslim nation passes an extraordinarily wide ranging anti-pornography bill.

The bill reportedly defines pornography as “man-made sexual materials either in the forms of drawings, sketches, illustrations, photographs, texts, voices, sound, moving pictures, animations, cartoons, poetry, conversations, gestures, or other forms of communicative messages through various kinds of media and or performances in front of the public, which may incite sexual desire and or violate moral ethics in the community”. (Source: Studio Briefing)


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