BBC News reported today that the Japanese Distributor of mind-numbing blockbuster Babel has issued warnings about the film, due to more than fifteen complaints that a particular scene featuring actress Rinko Kikuchi made them physically ill.
“The concerns are thought to centre on a scene featuring Japanese actress Rinko Kikuchi in a nightclub.
Distributor Gaga Communications has warned it features “highly stimulating effects” such as strobe lighting.
The company has placed warnings about the Oscar-nominated film in national newspapers, on their website and has also requested it to be displayed on posters at about 300 cinemas.”
Err… this film features handfuls of scenes of Japanese teen cooch and we think the “highly stimulating effects” are the STROBE LIGHTS IN THE NIGHT CLUB?
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