Prano Bailey-Bond's Censor came out of this year's Sundance generating a LOT of talk, and today's trailer is certain to keep the conversation going:
This looks good. It's such a smart premise: a British Board of Film Classification censor, working during the time of conservative activism "protecting" society against the video nasty, watches a film that breaks her brain and resurfaces childhood trauma. Niamh Algar evidently gives a riveting performance as Enid, and Bailey-Bond wrote alongside Anthony Fletcher, loosely based on their 2015 short Nasty. Helen Sara Jones produces.
Censor is in theaters June 11 and On Demand June 18, and we're covering it at length in our upcoming issue of FANGORIA magazine. Scroll on for the official synopsis and excellent poster: