“Barbie” was released during the censorship controversy in Lebanon.
The film “Barbie”, which Lebanon’s Minister of Culture, Mohammed Murtaza, demanded to be banned on the grounds that it “contrary to moral and religious values and promotes ity”, surped the censorship debate and was released.
The movie “Barbie”, which has been banned in some countries and there has been great debate about whether it will be screened or not, met with the audience in some movie theaters in Lebanon after its screening was postponed for a while.
On August 9, Murtaza demanded that the film in question be banned, claiming that it did not coincide with the religious and moral values in Lebanon, that it highlighted ity, and that it could harm family and marriage values.
The “Film Censorship Committee” within the Lebanese Ministry of Interior and Economy held a meeting on 11 August to evaluate Murtaza’s request and announced that there was no reason to ban Barbie.
Despite the committee’s decision, the release of Barbie, which caused controversy in the country, was delayed for a while.
Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, was among the anticipated films of this year, which was released on July 21.
Barbie had a strong opening on July 21, making $155 million at the box office on its opening weekend in the US, the highest opening ever for a female director.
The global revenue of the film reached 1 billion 380 million dollars. (AA)
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