January 2001
Daily Variety;01/23/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 37, p16
Trade Publication
Reports the censorship of several motion pictures in the United States. Release of the film 'Bongwater' from First Look Pictures; Sexual humor in the motion picture 'Company Man' under Paramount Pictures production; Contention on violent sequences in the film 'The Body'.


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