The Kenya Film Classification Board has officially banned the third and final installment of the 50 shades trilogy, 50 Shades Freed. The much-awaited erotic movie, which will hit big screens in major cities across the globe on Valentine’s Day.
This shouldn’t come as a surprise to many Kenyans given the stringent rules and regulation set by Ezekiel Mutua, CEO of the Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB).
The erotic/ romantic film is based on what seems to be the happy lavish life of a prestigious newly wedded couple (Christian Grey and Anastasia) who seem to have a taste for S&M among other X-rated tendencies but stumble upon the unexpected in their picturesque marriage and what formerly seemed to be a bed of roses turns into a deadly sour peach.
The film that was set to premiere during Valentine’s day, given the nature of the film. However, Kenyan couples who had looked forward to watching it will be forced to take a sit and get alternative plans on the D-Day. Do you think that the ban is obscene or was it called for?