Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity, language throughout and drug and alcohol use.
Synopsis: Two gay men with commitment problems attempt a relationship. “BROS” is the first major studio film to feature an all LGBTQ principal cast playing heterosexual roles.
In the Middle East and parts of Asia, “Bros” has been banned according to IndieWire. Their source claims that Middle East markets will not release the film “due to cultural and commercial reasons.”
Here is more insight on “Bros” from The Babylon Bee
Another movie in a similar situation is “Lightyear”
From samicone.com: “One Disney reviewer predicted Lightyear might be Pixar’s first PG-13 film due to “moments of peril…and over inclusion of LGBTQ+ content”. It did end up with a PG rating, similar to “Turning Red” and almost a dozen other Disney Pixar films.”
Fourteen nations in the Middle East and Asia have banned the Pixar movie “Lightyear” from being featured in their theaters over the inclusion of a same-sex couple. The report from Reuters cites a source familiar with the matter.
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