Popular Nollywood diva, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde believes the cinema ban imposed on much-talked about American movie, ’50 Shades of Grey’ by the National Film & Video Censors Board (NFVCB) of Nigeria is “a little bit harsh”.
Speaking in a chat with HipTV’s Trending, Omotola said the movie was made for a target audience, obviously matured enough to consume the content and the board should have ensured that cinemas do not let minors watch it instead of just banning it outright.
“I don’t agree that the level of nudity and erotic scenes in the movie ought to be. But then, you know, romance and love is a part of life, but the explicit nature of the movie is what I don’t get; must it be that raw? I agree if that’s why the Censors Board banned it because we don’t want that in our society.
“But, I still believe there should be movies for specific types of audiences and 50 Shades of Grey is one of such. The movie is all about sex and erotic stuffs, so when you’re going in, you know exactly what you came to watch,” Omotola stated.
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