Censors ban Bruno


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  • Tuesday, 29 Sep 2009

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians will not get to watch Bruno on the big screen following its ban by the National Film Censorship Board.

A spokesman for the film distributor said the board did not give any reason for the ban, The Star’s new saucy news portal Daily Chilli reported yesterday.

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