Most Popular "Public Morality" Titles
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1. Footloose (1984)
PG | 107 min | Drama, Music, Romance
A city teenager moves to a small town where rock music and dancing have been banned, and his rebellious spirit shakes up the populace.
Votes: 52,129 | Gross: $80.00M
2. Chocolat (2000)
PG-13 | 121 min | Drama, Romance
A woman and her daughter open a chocolate shop in a small French village that shakes up the rigid morality of the community.
Votes: 151,259 | Gross: $71.31M
3. Shout (1991)
PG-13 | 89 min | Drama, Music, Romance
A new music teacher in a 1955 West Texas home for wayward boys brings new vision and hope for many of the interned boys.
Votes: 1,525 | Gross: $3.55M
5. The Quare Fellow (1962)
85 min | Drama
Thomas Crimmins is a new warder, or guard, in an Irish prison. He is young, naive, and idealistic, determined to serve his country by his part in meting out justice to criminals. His ... See full summary »
6. I'm Losing My Temper (1974)
PG | 92 min | Comedy
Pierre Durois is a bumbling school teacher with an eye for the older female students; his father is a reputable surgeon who is running for Mayor. There's a film shooting crew in town and ... See full summary »
7. Bizarre, Bizarre (1937)
84 min | Comedy
A French farce set in Victorian London where a botanist and his wife get into trouble when they pretend to go missing in order to hide from their sanctimonious cousin -- an Anglican bishop who is leading a campaign against such writing.
9. X-Rated (2004 TV Mini-Series)
60 min | Documentary
A history of movies which have been certified with adult ratings by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) from 1951 when the 'X' Certificate was invented, right up until the present day of '18' and 'R18'.
11. Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story (2008 TV Movie)
90 min | Biography, Comedy, Drama
Documents the rise of Mary Whitehouse during the 1960's, and the relationship between her and Sir Hugh Carleton Greene, the Director General of the BBC.
14. Sex and Fame: The Mary Millington Story (1996)
52 min | Documentary, Biography
An informative documentary film celebrating the life of 1970s British sex symbol, Mary Millington (who died in 1979). Interviews with her friends and colleagues are interspersed with ... See full summary »
15. Fear, Panic & Censorship (2000 TV Movie)
52 min | Documentary
Rare documentary about Video Nasties and film, video and internet censorship in the UK. Was first screened as part of Channel 4's controversial "Banned Weekend" which focused on films and ... See full summary »
16. Dam Street (2005)
93 min | Drama
Loneliness, saving face, and public mores. In 1983 in China, Yun is a bright schoolgirl who gets pregnant. She's expelled, her boyfriend leaves town, and her mother arranges the baby's ... See full summary »
22. Deliver Us from Evil (2000 TV Movie)
43 min | Documentary
An obsessed film student captures the sick twisted events that occur in his life and the lives of the people around him, leading up to an actual exorsism.
Banned in the UK (2005– )
Controversy and censorship 1995-99, includes CRASH and KIDS, alcopops, Beaver Espania ad, corporal punishment, gays in the army, the Sensations and Mapplethorpe exhibits, David Hamilton's ... See full summary »
Timeshift (2002– )
Dear Censor... The secret archive of the British Board of Film Classification
59 min | Documentary
A look at the files of the BBFC, which examines the relationship between the censor and the filmmakers.
Banned in the UK (2005– )
Controversy and censorship from 1990 to 1995, including the Spanner trial, mad cow disease, dangerous dogs, the Boy Meets Girl ban, badly behaved footballers, and Savoy Publishing's prosecution for Lord Horror and Meng and Ecker comics.
Longines Chronoscope (1951–1955)
Episode dated 31 December 1951
Huie and Hazlitt interview philosopher and author Charles Francis Potter on the decline of morality in the United States.
Sex in the 70s (2005– )
The King of Soho
Looks at the life of Britain's most successful pornographer. It follows his rise from the nude clubs of the 50's, through to the top-shelf magazines of the 70's, and the constant battles with censorship.