A new movie from Sony Pictures has been rated R for “strong language” and “sexual content,” and there are concerns that the movie could be offensive to some viewers.
A new Sony Pictures movie about an old guard of the British Guards, The Home Guard, has been graded R for strong language and “sexually explicit material,” according to The Wrap.
The film, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Emma Stone, opens this weekend.
The movie stars Jake Gyllenhaal, John Malkovich, and Michael Caine, who played the older guards in the British movies of the 1960s and 70s.
The plot revolves around a British Army sniper called David who is captured by the Nazis after a failed attempt to infiltrate the British forces.
He is rescued by a British Special Forces sniper called Tom, who joins forces with a French sniper called Pierre to fight against the Nazis.
The Home Guard has a wide release in the U.S. next week, and there have been other R ratings changes for the film.
In a statement, Sony said that it had not reviewed the film, but noted that it is based on real events and that it has not been subjected to the rigorous review process used in Hollywood.
The statement said that the film was reviewed by two independent third parties and that there were no significant issues raised by its review.
The decision comes after the U:S.
government has said it is considering whether to block or restrict the movie, which is set in 1940s England.
The U.K. government said in a statement that it was “deeply disappointed” by the decision, and said it was working with the studios to find a way to allow the film to go ahead.