H ow many times was the "F"-word used in the movie Scarface starring Al Pacino? Answerbag is for entertainment, so please be civil. For medical advice, always consult your medical doctor,. Discussion of suicide or self-harm is not tolerated and will result in an immediate ban.
The use of profanity in films has always been controversial, but has increased significantly in recent years. The R rating is normally required if the film contains two utterances or if the word is used in a sexual context. There are exceptions to the rule that one sexual use or two non-sexual uses of "fuck" results in an R rating. In some cases, filmmakers appealed the rating because their target audience might avoid an R-rated film. Censors have been more lenient about the word in films that portray historical events. This is a list of non- pornographic , English language films containing at least spoken uses of the word fuck or one of its derivatives , ordered by the number of such uses. Template:Sexual slang Template:Inc-video. Famous 5 Ned's Newt TV series.
During the scene where Tony and Elvira are sitting in the Cadillac at the car dealership, Al Pacino surreptitiously slips on the hat that Michelle Pfeiffer was wearing while she was looking away, which was not scripted. When she turns back and sees him wearing it, her amused reaction was genuine and to her credit, she stayed in character and ad-libbed a line. Brian De Palma decided to keep that unscripted exchange in the movie to show Elvira's gradual warming up to Montana. He then made some cuts and resubmitted it a second time; again the film was given an "X rating" one of the reasons apparently being that Octavio the clown was shot too many times. He yet again made some further cuts and submitted it a third time; yet again it was given an "X". De Palma refused to cut the film any further to qualify it for an R. They brought in a panel of experts, including real narcotics officers, who stated that not only was the film an accurate portrayal of real life in the drug underworld, but ultimately it was an anti-drug film, and should be widely seen. This convinced the arbitrators that the third submitted cut of the film deserved an "R rating" by a vote of However, De Palma surmised that if the third cut of the film was judged an "R" then the very first cut should have been an "R" as well, to which the MPAA disagreed.
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