In edgy times, little room for G-rated films

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Paul Schneider, College of Communication

Lisa Fiore, the dean of faculty at Lesley University and mother of 9- and 11-year-olds, loves taking her kids to the movies…

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“It’s an understandable perception that there are fewer G-rated movies available these days. The perception comes from the rise of the PG movie. That has been the evolution of child-friendly films for decades now. It snuck up on many people . . . You could say we just don’t live in a G-rated world anymore.”

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