Ethan Noble

chairman of Motion Picture Consulting, a group that helps filmmakers navigate the MPAA world

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A new study out today shows that parents become desensitized to violence and sex the more they watch it -- that the more violence and sex they see in a series of movies, the less…

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A new study out today shows that parents become desensitized to violence and sex the more they watch it -- that the more violence and sex they see in a series of movies, the less…

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