Wednesday 17 August 2011


The BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) have requested cuts on the world’s first 3D erotic film - 3D SEX AND ZEN: EXTREME ECSTASY.

Metrodome were required to make two minutes of cuts to scenes of non consensual and violent sex but the strong sex scenes have been passed uncut at '18'"

The film has been well received by UK press so far, with The Guardian Online suggesting the film could be the saviour of 3D cinema, which has been underperforming in 2011.

3D SEX & ZEN: EXTREME ECSTASY has shattered box office records across the Asia Pacific region, including Hong Kong, Singapore. The film has grossed over $1m on 6 screens in Australia. The film is due to open in the UK on 2nd September in an exclusive deal with Odeon Cinemas.
3D SEX & ZEN: EXTREME ECSTASY was released uncut in Hong Kong and in Australia and is banned in mainline China. In the US the film has earned a NC17 rating from the MPAA, which means that nobody under the age of 18 will be permitted to see the film.
An adaptation of the classic novel The Carnal Prayer Mat, the film follows a young Ming Dynasty scholar named Wei Yangsheng on an eye-opening journey of sexual discovery.
Directed by Christopher Suen and produced by Stephen Shiu, the executive producer of its predecessor film Sex and Zen, the film is "the world's first 3-D erotic film"

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