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Harvey Weinstein's Next Campaign Against the MPAA

Judi Dench Parodies her Bond Role for Philomena

Two "fucks" were the reason that the British drama Philomena starring Dame Judi Dench and Steve Coogan under the direction of Stephen Frears was punished with the "R" rating (we reported). At least that's what producer Harvey Weinstein thinks and uses for yet another rating controversy that yields (almost) free publicity for the movie. He even managed to convince Dame Judi Dench to take a part in his protest.

Philomena deals with a mother who gets help from a journalist while searching for her son who was taken away from her several decades ago while she was forced to go to a monastery.

Philomena starts in US cinemas on November 27th, 2013.

Release: Nov 16, 2013 - Author: Bob - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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