What does ncnc-17 mean?
NC-17 films almost never get a wide release in the United States and are often tied with commercial failure due to the refusal to be stocked by major retailers or have advertisements shown on television. It means: No One 17 And Under Admitted.
What is an NC-17 rated motion picture?
An NC-17 rated motion picture is one that, in the view of the Rating Board, most parents would consider patently too adult for children 17 and under. Nobody under the age of 18 is admitted in any circumstance.
Why was ‘the Kissing Booth’ rated NC-17?
Why was it NC-17: It’s not really a big surprise that this French film got a NC-17 rating. This emotional coming-of-age film features several sex scenes, but it’s the extended scene between Adèle and Emma that probably probably pushed the censors over the edge.