What do the different ratings mean?

- G is an advisory classification. The content is very mild in impact. G films are for general viewing.

- PG is an advisory classification. The content is mild in impact. PG films contain material that a parent or career might need to explain to younger children.

- M is an advisory classification. The content is moderate in impact. M films are not recommended for people aged under 15 as a level of maturity is required.

- MA 15+ is a legally restricted classification. The content is strong in impact. MA 15+ films are not suitable for people aged under 15. A person aged under 15 cannot be admitted to an MA 15+ film unless accompanied by his or her parent or an adult guardian. The requirements are not met if the parent or adult guardian buys a ticket, but does not accompany the child in the cinema for the duration of the film.

- R 18+ is a legally restricted classification. The content is high in impact. R 18+ films are not suitable for people aged under 18. People aged under 18 cannot be admitted to an R 18+ film even with a parent or guardian.

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