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Visions of ecstasy (1989)
Short Visions of Ecstasy () . "Visions of Ecstasy" once had the distinction of being the only production refused by the British Board of Film Classification. Visions of Ecstasy is a British short film that became the only work to be refused a certification by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) on the. 4 Aug Видения экстаза, Visions of Ecstasy, , Short, Nigel Wingrove, Louise Downie, Elisha Scott, Dan Fox. Nigel Wingrove talks about the.
24 May The Visions of Ecstasy (): Despite the short duration of just 19 minutes, the content was considered too unfit to lead the banning of the film. 31 Jan Short film banned for 'blasphemous libel' since finally gets classification from BBFC. 11 Sep REVIEW: Visions of Ecstasy created by director/writer Nigel Wingrove has some history behind it. The film itself, if stepping outside of the.
Short film banned for 23 years under UK blasphemy law. The film shows the 16th Century Spanish nun St Teresa of Avila caressing the crucified body of Jesus. Visions of Ecstasy () – By Roger Carpenter. Teresa of Avila was a real-life Carmelite nun who lived in Spain during the 16th century. 40 years after her. Visions of Ecstasy, an experimental art film made in , is the only film ever to have been banned outright in the UK solely on the grounds of blasphemy. 25 May Directed by Nigel Wingrove, Visions of Ecstasy (VoE) was an 18 minute short released in Essentially a three-hander, it stars Louise. Visions of Ecstasy, an experimental art film, is the only film ever to have been banned outright in the UK solely on the grounds of blasphemy, its depiction and.
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