Director Gus Van Sant’s “Even Cowgirls Get the Blues” is an R picture for Fine Line Features and Mel Gibson’s directorial debut “The Man Without a Face” is PG-13 for Warner Bros., according to the 1,275th bulletin from the Classification & Rating Administration of the Motion Picture Assn. of America.
Of the 10 films rated, six movies received Rs, two received PG-13s and two received PGs.
“The Shell Seekers” (Republic Pictures Corp.; “for some plot elements”).
“Son of the Pink Panther” (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; “for comic violence and some mild sensuality”).
“The Fugitive” (Warner Bros.; “for a murder and other action sequences in an adventure setting”).
“The Man Without a Face” (Warner Bros.; “for mature subject matter”).
“A Case for Murder” (MCA Home Entertainment; “for some sexuality and for a scene of battering”).
“Cyborg 2: Glass Shadow” (Trimark Pictures; “for sci-fi-style violence, sequences of strong sexuality, and for language”).
“Even Cowgirls Get the Blues” (Fine Line Features; “for sexuality and some language”).
“Flight of the Innocent” (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.; “for sequences of graphic violence and for some language”).
“A House in the Hills” (Live Entertainment; “for some strong sexuality, and for violence and language”).
“Wings of Fame” (Paramount Home Video; “for language and a scene of sexuality”).