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‘Twogether’ appeal lost

The romantic film “Twogether” lost its appeal of an NC-17 rating yesterday in Manhattan before the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s Rating Appeals Board by a vote of 5-3, and pic’s director will re-edit the film to obtain an R tag.

The MPAA ratings board also announced that it has sustained the NC-17 rating given to “Maniac Cop III.”

In other ratings news, Academy Entertainment’s “Romper Stomper” received an NC-17 in the Classification and Rating Administration’s 1,258th bulletin.

Of the 13 movies rated, one was NC-17, five movies received Rs, four received PG-13s and three received PGs. The following is a list of films rated by the MPAA.


“A Far Off Place” (Buena Vista; “for violence and mild language.”)

“The Long Day Closes” (Sony Pictures Classics, “for thematic elements and some mild language.”)

“Ninja Dragons” (P.M. Entertainment Group, Inc., “for martial arts violence and for mild language.”)


“Calendar Girl” (Columbia; “for nudity, drug content and language.”)

“Casualties of Love: The ‘Long Island Lolita’ Story” (Columbia TriStar Home Video; for sex related material, drug use and violence.”)

“Weep No More My Lady” (Republic Pictures Corp. “for drug content.”)

“Wilder Napalm” (TriStar Pictures; “for thematic elements, language and some sensuality.”)


“Conflict of Interest” (Moviestore Entertainment; “for strong sexuality, and for violence and language.”)

“Gunmen” (Columbia TriStar Home Video, “for violence, sexuality and language.”)

“Scam” (Media Home Entertainment; “for language.”)

“Warlock: The Armageddon” (Trimark Pictures; “for strong horror violence, and for nudity and language.”)

“Witchboard 2: The Devil’s Doorway” (Republic Pictures; “for horror violence and language.”)


“Romper Stomper” (Academy Entertainment)

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