Director of Gay-Themed Teen Flick Complains About R Rating

The director of a new film featuring gay themes and characters is blasting the movie ratings board for giving the comedy an R rating.

G.B.F., set for a Jan. 14 debut, earned the rating for "sexual references." Director Darren Stein feels the film should be a PG-13 affair. The film follows a pair of gay teens who are outed in very different ways.

The tone is very sweet and good-natured; there's no nudity and no violence," he said. "There's not even the F-word.

Stein, in a previous chat with The Huffington Post, described the film as a departure from other teen features.

G.B.F.” has a gooey emotional center that also makes it stand apart from its teen and tween-geared cinematic coevals: “Ultimately the movie is about treating everyone as an individual, and that goes for both the gay and straight kids in the film.



advertisement

Breitbart Video Picks

advertisement

advertisement

Fox News National

advertisement

advertisement

Send A Tip

From Our Partners