No ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ for Buncrana

‘Pornographic’ and ‘sexually violent’ movie will NOT be shown at local church hall cinema

St. Mary's Hall Cinema Buncrana Cinema

‘PORNAGRAPHIC SEXUALLY violent’ film ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ will NOT be shown in Buncrana’s St. Mary’s Hall Cinema (above) this month.

Despite being listed in the ‘coming up’ section on the cinema website, it has been confirmed that the kinky and highly anticipated movie, expected to be a box office smash, will not be screened at the local parochial hall.

Christian campaigner Mary Doherty, who lives in Bucnrana, said the film, which includes twenty minutes of sex scenes and is based on a best-selling series of books, glamorises violence against women.

Delighted that Buncrana Cinema will not be screening ‘Fifty Shades’, she described it as a ‘pornographic’ film which ‘portrays and accepts sexual violence against women’.

Mary said it was a ‘relief’ to know that it would not be screened in Inishowen.

Initially fearing that the film would be shown however, Ms Doherty said it would be ‘scandalous’ to show such a film under the church’s roof.

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