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The World’s End: Nick and Simon rehearse the bar fight.
Simon in stunt training for The World’s End.
I actually just asked them if I could put this on the internet because I think this is such an amazing email. “Dear Mr Wright, thank you for your email which has been passed on to me. The BBFC’s guidelines at 15 state the strongest terms, for example cunt, may be acceptable if justified by the context. Aggressive or repeated use of the strongest language, for example cunt, is unlikely to be acceptable. As a general rule it is highly unusual for the BBFC to permit more than three to four uses of very strong language (cunt) at 15 in a feature length work. […] As you say, we passed a single use of a strong word (cunt) in Shaun of the Dead because the use in question was throwaway, unthreatening and essentially a term of endearment amongst friends.” And then in brackets it says, “(Can I get any of you cunts a drink?) In the case of Hot Fuzz, we actually permitted two uses; one spoken and one written. First of all, we see the word ‘cunt’ on the list of prohibited terms on the swearbox in the police station. And then we hear, “What a cunt,” when a man tells his friend about a man who sold drugs to kids. […]”