To teach a lesson to the British censors, filmmaker make them within 14 hours to look at the drying paint (photo + video)
British filmmaker Line Charlie (Charlie Lyne) decided to teach a lesson to the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) and make them view the 14-hour motion picture, which depicted the process of drying the paint on a brick wall. According to Charlie, the censors do not have to decide what you can watch British adults, and what is not, moreover, they should not just change the content of movies. To fully censors watched the film “The paint dries» (Paint Drying) and gave her an age limit, required an entry fee of 101.5 pounds and 7.09 pounds sterling per minute duration of the film. Charlie’s idea was supported by other Britons, already sacrificed more than 2,600 pounds, that’s enough for the committee members BBFC watched about half the movie.
Next, this excerpt from the “exciting” tape.