X rated dating
Importing X18 material from these territories to any of the Australian states is legal, as the constitution forbids any restrictions on trade between the states and territories.
Films may be shown in theaters in France only after classification by an administrative commission of the Ministry of Culture.
In some countries, X is or has been a motion picture rating reserved for the most explicit films.
For example, the French film Jules and Jim received an X rating in 1962 that was changed to a PG rating in 1991.
People under 18 may not buy, rent, exhibit, or view these films.
The exhibition or sale of these films to people under the age of 18 years is a criminal offence carrying a maximum fine of ,500.
In the United States, the X rating was applied to a film that contained content judged unsuitable for children, such as extreme violence, strongly implied sex, and graphic language.
When the MPAA film rating system began in America on November 1, 1968, the X rating was given to a film by the MPAA if submitted to it, or due to its non-trademarked status, it could be self-applied to a film by a distributor that knew beforehand that its film contained content unsuitable for minors.