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3758faf91a Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 May 2014. France U 12 16 18 Prohibited Films may also be classified as "pornographic films or those containing an incitement to violence". The G, PG and PG13 ratings are advisory while NC16, M18 and R21 carry age restrictions. R18 (Restricted 18) - Adult works for licensed premises only. Country 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Other Notes Argentina ATP 13 16 18 N/A 18 Australia G MA15+ R18+ RC PG M X18+ Exempt Austria Unrestricted 6+ 8+ 10+ 12+ 14+ 16+ N/A In the Viennese province children under the age of 6 are only admitted to public screenings if they are accompanied. Retrieved 11 May 2014. : Film is allowed for any audience. 17 Not permitted to young people under the age of 17. Archived from the original on 9 January 2012.
China does not have a rating system. 7 Children under the age of 7, who are accompanied by an adult (a person aged 18 or over), are admitted to films that have been passed for children from the age of 7. Poland. Freigegeben ab 16 Jahren (FSK 16): released to ages 16 and older, nobody under this age admitted (blue sign). ^ Clare, Jason (Minister for Justice) (10 December 2012). Retrieved 11 May 2014. 15+ Suitable for ages 15 and above. In the provinces that require classification of video formats, supply of 14A and 18A films is restricted to customers above those ages. In the case of theater exhibition, children are admitted to 14A and 18A films in the Manitoba and Maritime provinces if accompanied by an adult, although admittance is restricted to children over the age of 14 in the case of 18A films. Likewise, British Columbia, Saskatchewan (administered by the British Columbia Film Classification Office), Alberta and Ontario also admit children to 14A and 18A films if accompanied, but do not impose an age restriction on 18A films. The Maritimes and British Columbia (along with Saskatchewan) also provide an "A" classification for adult content. Some provinces, such as Nova Scotia, reserve the right to prohibit films altogether.. Restricted. A supplementary classification, "Especialmente Recomendada para la Infancia" (Especially recommended for children), is sometimes appended to the lowest two classifications..