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A video nasties film censor becomes absorbed in her work in Prano Bailey-Bond's brilliantly adventurous first feature.
Director: Prano Bailey-Bond
In mid-1980s UK, at the height of the ‘video nasty’ hysteria, a young woman working for the censorship board assesses a film that shares disturbingly similar details with her sister’s real-life disappearance. As she attempts to investigate the link and track down its mysterious director, her life and reality start to unravel in gruesome ways.
Censor is made with the support of the BFI using funds from the National Lottery.
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