NC-17 is the highest rating in the Motion Picture Association (MPA) film rating system used for films distributed in the United States.
It is assigned to films the MPA believes most parents would consider "patently adult" and not suitable for their children under 18.
NC-17 means no one under 17 is permitted, period.
It is typically given to movies with explicit sexual content or that are deemed impossible to edit down to R for whatever reason.
It does not designate films as pornographic or obscene, but simply that the content is only appropriate for adults.
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