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Good Luck to You, Leo Grande classified M

Classification Review Board

A three-member panel of the Classification Review Board has unanimously determined that the film, Good Luck to You, Leo Grande, is classified M with the consumer advice Sexual themes, sex scenes, nudity and coarse language.

In the Classification Review Board’s opinion Good Luck to You, Leo Grande warrants an M classification because it contains sex scenes that are justified by the film’s narrative context, as well as moderate impact coarse language, nudity, and sexual themes related to the film’s narrative.

Films classified M are not recommended for viewing by persons under 15 years of age. There are no legal restrictions on viewing a film classified M.

Consumer advice is additional information about the main content of a film which is intended to help consumers decide if they want to view this type of material.

The Review Board convened on 30 June 2022 in response to an application from the original applicant, Roadshow Films, to review the decision made by the Classification Board on 26 May 2022 to classify Good Luck to You, Leo Grande MA 15+ (Mature Accompanied) with consumer advice ‘Strong sex scenes’.  

In reviewing the classification, the Review Board worked within the framework of the National Classification Scheme, applying the provisions of the Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Act 1995, the National Classification Code and the Guidelines for the Classification of Films 2012. This is the same framework used by the Classification Board.

The Review Board is an independent merits review body. It makes a fresh classification decision upon receipt of an application for review. This Review Board decision takes the place of the original decision made by the Classification Board.

The Review Board’s reasons for this decision will appear on the Classification website in due course.

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Statement authorised by Convenor, Classification Review Board