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Come and See (1985)

The film was banned in some countries including France upon its release due to its graphic content.

Unfreedom (2015)

The 2015 ban on the film Unfreedom, helmed by Raj Amit Kumar, in India was a result of its contentious subject matter, encompassing topics such as same-sex relationships, religious extremism, and acts of terrorism.

Fire (1998)

After the movie was released in India in 1998, activists organized numerous protests, sparking widespread discussions on topics like homosexuality and freedom of speech.

Bandit Queen (1994)

The movie did release in theaters but was pulled off in a short time citing violence shown against women and talks about rape involving upper-class men.

Battleship Potemkin (1925)

The movie was prohibited in the United Kingdom (until 1954; it was then given an X-rating until 1987), as well as in France and other nations, due to its radical fervor.

The Last House on The Left (1972)

The highly controversial pushed the boundaries of how violence was depicted, with Craven opting for peak realism in how the film showed abuse, torture, rape, and murder, Thus was banned in various countries including United Kingdom and Australia

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