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Will The Edits You Made To Your Documentary About Plums Be Enough To Get Its Rating Below NC-17?

We understand that you have recently made some changes to the documentary you made about plums in an effort to lower its MPAA rating from NC-17. Let’s see if your edits went far enough.

  1. 1. The MPAA took issue with the title of your plum documentary, Fuck Vegetable: The True Story Of Plums, Raw And Uncensored. What did you change the name to?
  2. 2. How have you addressed the issue of all the plum experts being fully nude in the numerous talking head interviews throughout the film?
  3. 3. The original cut of your plum documentary contained a record number of expletives that the MPAA found to be extremely gratuitous. What have you done about your plum documentary’s explicit language?
  4. 4. According to the MPAA’s rating of the film, one scene stood out as being particularly troubling. It’s the scene explaining how plums are grown. How have you altered the scene to accommodate the MPAA’s guidelines?
  5. 5. Let’s talk about the film’s soundtrack. It contained numerous songs with explicit lyrics, including “Sex Near A Plum,” “Let Me See That Pit,” and “Plum Inside My Dick Somehow.” Any updates on the situation with the soundtrack?
  6. 6. And finally, the poster for the film. Obviously, it would be illegal to publicly display the original mock-up you sent to the MPAA. What changes have you made to the poster?
  • Results for Will The Edits You Made To Your Documentary About Plums Be Enough To Get Its Rating Below NC-17?

    Your Plum Documentary Is Now Rated G

    Well, you did it. You got your plum documentary’s rating lowered from NC-17 to G. You were willing to completely kowtow to the MPAA and compromise on your creative vision in order to make sure your film was as widely marketable as possible. And you succeeded. But at what cost? Do you even know what this film is about anymore? You set out to make a documentary that told the story of the number one fuck vegetable in the world—the vegetable that taught America about nudity and good sex. And now look what it has become. Shame on you. Plums deserved better than this. We all did.
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    Your Plum Documentary Is Now Rated R

    Congratulations! You made enough changes to get the MPAA rating of your plum documentary lowered to a hard R. By balancing family-friendly themes with good old-fashioned erotica, you created a masterpiece that tells the story of plums in a way no other documentary has ever done before. Nice work!
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    Your Plum Documentary Is Not Rated Because It Is Technically A Foreign Film

    While you failed to make your plum documentary less sexually explicit, you did translate it into French, which means it is technically a foreign film and not subject to MPAA rating. This limits its distribution to small arthouse theaters, but also makes it eligible for the Academy Award For Best Foreign Film. Good luck!
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    Your Plum Documentary Is Still Rated NC-17

    You failed to make adequate changes to your plum documentary, so the NC-17 rating remains. You are a stubborn artist who refuses to compromise on their creative vision. That’s pretty admirable, even if you did produce the most sexually explicit plum documentary of all time. Good for you for sticking to your guns.

I am 18 or over and willing to view sexually explicit material