Brenda (Kristen Wiig),far left, Frank (Seth Rogen), Sammy (Ed Norton) and Lavash (David Krumholtz) in a scene from "Sausage Party."
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Two conservative Christian groups have launched a legal action arguing that the U.S. production featuring foul-mouthed and sex-mad food as its characters should be pulled and then reclassified as an adult film.Andre Bonnet, the lawyer for Promouvoir, said the trailer did not reveal the real content of the film and seemed designed to trick children into seeing things that were not suitable for them.Since the film had received an "R" rating for its U.S. release in August, which excluded unaccompanied children under 17, France should follow suit, they argued.Representing the Culture Ministry, Jacques Molinie objected that no one was being forced to see the film.
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