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DID YOU KNOW
Did you know that the current trend of shooting-and-survival games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite are based on the controversial Japanese dystopian thriller film Battle Royale, which is in turn based on the novel of the same name? In 2000, Kinji Fukasaku and his son Kenta released Battle Royale, a film where a group of junior high schoolers were put on an island and were forced to fight to the death by the government. It was based on the 1999 novel of the same name written by Koushun Takami. Both the film and the novel were controversial that the film was given an R15 rating, a rating rarely used in Japan. Members of the Japanese National Diet criticised the film for its portrayal of the Japanese government and the scenes where 15-year-olds were harmed or were hurting others. In the US, American lawyers warned Japanese film distributors against releasing the film because of its extreme violence, especially with teen actors, while a court in Germany decided to ban the film because it was against its Criminal Code, though the ban was later lifted. Only in December 2011, 11 years after the Japan release, was the film publicly released in US cinemas, when the Cinefamily Theater in Los Angeles screened the film for 15 days.