Scott's 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' has been banned in Morocco. Egypt and the UAE.
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RABAT: Morocco's decision to ban Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods and Kings" has provoked an angry response from the North African country's politicians and filmmakers.Morocco's film commission sent a letter to all cinemas last Saturday, saying the film, which tells the biblical story of Moses, has been banned for possibly portraying God in one scene. Since the Moroccan decision, Scott's movie has also been banned in Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. After a second viewing, the panel banned the movie.Fassi-Fihri said he had been in touch with Fox studios to explain the decision.
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