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This documentary examines television censorship in five different areas: language, politics & big business, violence, race & religion, and sex. Interviews with actors, producers, writers, directors, and censors give insight into the way television censorship once occurred and how it continues today. Written by Santa Monica

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Just network TV?
11 August 2002 | by (Rush, Ky) – See all my reviews

A rather well researched and interesting work delving sometimes into only the most obscure instances of previous iniquities committed toward an either inflammatory or unflappable viewing audiance. Only I must say that it was quite unseemly that no examination could be made into the proliferation and evolution of pay-TV,(satellite and cable as it's now known of course) and what may have incurred. I find myself slightly amused yet disconcerted by the gentle sensibilities of our past generations and their aversions to things which are now so blatantly overimmersive they verge on being unremarkable.("overimmersive" just formed out of my need to strongly convey the idea of unfettered and smug saturation from the ultimate pervayors of quile, the network producers) Myself, I could hardly feel attributed to having a prudish side, yet I often reexamine my feelings and expressions in contrast to what they could be seen through the eyes of someone with different reservations than my own. Apperantly we must make a near abberation of a subject before it can be viewed in a more unbiased and illumminated fashion, which best sums up what I took away from this program.


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