In this file photo taken on February 10, 2016 French lawyer of the Catholic group Promouvoir (Promote) Andre Bonnet, poses in Aix-en-Provence. AFP / BORIS HORVAT
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A Catholic group that succeeded in having Lars von Trier's ultraviolent film "Antichrist" banned from French cinemas is now taking a case against the erotic romance "Fifty Shades Freed".The traditionalist Promouvoir (Promote) lobby group wants the film version of the last of E.L. James' trilogy on a sadomasochistic love affair banned for under-12s.Promouvoir also tried to have the age classification for the first of the E.L. James' movies, "Fifty Shades of Grey," raised when it was released in 2015, but without success.Von Trier, the provocative Danish director who revels in putting audiences and his actors through the wringer, admitted that "Antichrist" was not for the faint-hearted when it was first shown.
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