A different policy for video certification exists for music titles that does not exist for feature films. If a music title is seen to have no swearing, violence, nudity or other "dubious" content, it is exempt from classification by the BBFC. Just bought John Lennon's Imagine DVD. This is a music documentary on the making of the album. The disc carries the "E" symbol and the notice "Exempt from classification". Flash forward to halfway through the film and you'll hear Mr Lennon use the word "****" very loudly and very plainly on several occasions. You didn't watch this one, did you Mr. Censor?