A Malaysian film censor said it was Disney’s decision to withdraw the animated movie Light Year from the national cinema after refusing to cut the homosexual scene.
His film censorship committee said it approved the film under parental guidance for people under the age of 13, subject to amendments.
In a statement, the board said, “It turns out that there are elements that promote LGBT lifestyles that violate important aspects of the film censorship guidelines.” The scene and dialogue “cut and mute.” Was ordered to do so.
“But the film distributors didn’t agree to follow the instructions,” the board decided to cancel the show, adding that it wouldn’t compromise on the LGBTQ scene.
The board did not specify in a statement which scene violated the censorship guidelines.
Lightyear includes a female character spoken by actress Uzo Aduba, who easily kisses her female partner in one scene of a $ 200 million (£ 162 million) movie. doing.
Many authorities in the Islamic world have banned Lightyear from being shown in cinemas because it contains a short kiss.
Many Muslims consider homosexuals and lesbians sinful, and many Muslim-dominated countries criminalize homosexuality.
The United Arab Emirates has announced that it will ban Pixar’s animation features from being shown in cinemas for kissing.