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The film Fifty Shades of Grey is to be screened at Glenelg’s Openair Cinema on Thursday 26 March, and the Australian Christian Lobby and other concerned groups fear that children will be exposed to the MA15+ rated film which features sexual violence. Glenelg Openair movies do not start until sundown and the cinema is fenced off, but films can be seen and heard outside the fence from areas including the beach.
ACCM President, Elizabeth Handsley, said plans to show any MA15+ films outdoors should be reconsidered.
If you feel the same, there are actions you can take:
Read the news story on the Adelaide now website
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