Film Classification on DVD & BD, Overkill ?

rob426

Standard Member
Hi there

Does anyone know why the bbfc or the vprc feel the need to print the film's Classification on the front, the side, and the back of the case and on the disc itself. :mad:

I emailed the bbfc three months ago, but got no reply




 
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metro

Guest
It is required to do so by law,it helps to identify what certificate the film is,for it to be on the disc itself is to stop imports from getting mixed up I would think as well.:)

I see your point as they do not need to plaster it all over it though.



http://www.bbfc.co.uk/customer/cust_procPack_vprc.php




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Smurfin

Distinguished Member
Hi there

Does anyone know why the bbfc or the vprc feel the need to print the film's Classification on the front, the side, and the back of the case and on the disc itself. :mad:

I emailed the bbfc three months ago, but got no reply





To be honest though, does it matter?
 

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