Censors criticised the film regarding strippers for its ‘obscene content’ not appropriate for cinema-goers within the conservative country. The star-studded pic beaked as a feminine ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ is regarding how New York strippers turned the tables on loaded businessmen throughout the monetary crisis.
The real-life tale depicts how a gaggle of girls resorted to progressively criminal techniques, like spiking men’s drinks before remotion their bank accounts, because the exchange crash hit strip club receipts.
Malaysia’s Film Censorship Board prohibited the movie from cinemas, saying it’d have to be compelled to build numerous cuts to racy scenes there would be barely something left to screen.
‘This film contains too several scenes with an excessive amount of excessive obscene content, and isn’t appropriate for public viewing,’ the board’s chairman Mohamad Zamberi Abdul Aziz told AFP.
‘We can see women’s breasts and mens’ sex organ. There are titillating dances that are an excessive amount of, and scenes (with drugs).’
Square Box footage, the film’s distributor in Malaysia, confirmed the ban in an Instagram post: ‘We deeply apologise for the inconveniences caused to our beloved followers, fans of the movie, medias and partners.’