Brunei bans Reeves’ new flick ‘Constantine’

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  • Thursday, 17 Feb 2005

KUALA LUMPUR: Brunei has banned Keanu Reeves' new film Constantine, an apocalyptic thriller that depicts demon possessions, visions of hell and a renegade angel, an official said yesterday.  

The movie has been deemed unsuitable for public viewing, Ahmad Kadir, the secretary of the Brunei government's Censor Board, said by telephone from the capital, Bandar Seri Begawan. 

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