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Good Luck Trying To See The Kids Are All Right In Singapore

In the United States, The Kids Are All Right is an Oscar nominated film. In Singapore, it’s earned a rating of R21, reserved for “films that may contain adult issues, themes and more explicit scenes,” which Brokeback Mountain and A Single Man also received. But in going an additional step, the Board of Film Censors has limited its release there to a single theater, since “films should not promote or normalize a homosexual lifestyle.” At least they didn’t outright ban it?