French law to allow minors to watch 'real sex' scenes in films


A new law due to be announced early February will replace 2003 legislation by which people under the age of 18 are automatically barred from seeing films 'with non-simulated sex scenes and extreme violence' in French cinemas.

Reading articles is for subscribers only. Subscribe now.

Minors in France will no longer be automatically prohibited from watching movies with non-simulated sex scenes, under new regulations that are set to be announced next month, reports The Verge.