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- Evan Rachel Wood says the MPAA's editing of a man-on-woman oral sex scene from her new film Charlie Countryman is symptomatic of 'a society that wants to shame women and put them down for enjoying sex'.
- Meanwhile The Wolf of Wall Street has had sex scenes cut to earn it a softer rating.
- Nanni Moretti has announced his new film, which is under the working title My Mother.
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