Radio & Television

Raunchy comedy movie did not objectify women, says CBSC

OTTAWA – A comedy movie that aired on City did not objectify women, but should have included “sexual content” in its viewer advisories, the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) ruled Wednesday.The CBSC received a complaint about The Long Weekend which aired on September 7, 2013 at 9:00 PM on City.  The 2005 feature film is about two brothers in their 20s who spend the weekend trying to find women with whom to have sex.  One brother is a superficial playboy while the other is more serious and a reluctant participant in his brother’s exploits.  The movie contains numerous scenes involving sexual activity...
 

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