This is probably close to the edge, but we've had discussions about subjects like this successfully in the past. Having seen John Waters newest film, I came away both very impressed and strikingly moved. The film is very funny, packed with message, and passes the top normally reserved for 'Over the Top' that it laps it a couple of times. And it gamely tries its hardest to put as much out there as possible, easily topping the number of named fetishes I've ever heard in a single movie. For those in tune with his previous films, I'd heartily recommend it. That is, if you can find it. It's rated NC-17, so you're hard pressed to find it at all. As was the case for many other films labeled as such (even Clerks was originally given that rating), I can't see anyone successfully justifying it. There are all of four people naked in the film, and relatively briefly at that. There aren't any actual onscreen sex scenes, although Tracy Ullman delivers a great number of 'O' faces throughout. There's no violence outside of a few knocks on the noggins. But, in a film which explicity tries to tell kids that sex isn't evil, there is no possibility of a minor seeing it - even with a parent present. The MPAA has effectively shown its intolerance for a film with male and female nudity that comedically demystifies and shows tolerance for sex in all its forms. It's perfectly ironic that the MPAA censors had to sit through a film that has a shrill and sexless neuter character perfectly symbolizing themselves and then handing out summary judgement like they did. Of course, considering one breast is worth half a million dollars if shown during the Superbowl, Waters couldn't have picked a better time to make this film. It's a shame so few will ever have a chance to see it. I enjoyed it a great deal, as did my (curiously senior-aged) audience.