Jose Eduardo Cardoso, the minister of Justice of Brazil, assured today that the Government will not censor in any way the film “Ted”, despite the demonstrations in the country for a teddy bear that smokes marihuana and drinks beers.
“Even if the Brazilian legislation allows the censor, we are totally against it,” stated Cardoso during a press conference. The protests began because in some movie theatres of the country it was restricted for minors of 11-years.
The comedy directed by the North American Seth MacFarlane has as protagonists Mark Whalberg and Mila Kunis. The movie tells the story of a man who has an old wish come true, that his teddy bear “Ted” comes to life. AV