The Lorene Scafaria-directed film about strippers who con their wealthy broker clients has been deemed 'not suitable for public screening' due to its 'excessive obscene content.'
Sep 21, 2019
Jennifer Lopez's new movie about hustling strippers has been banned in Malaysia.
Censors have axed plans to release "Hustlers" because of the movie's "excessive obscene content", adding scenes featuring exposed breasts, erotic dances and drug use are "not suitable for public screening."
The film, about a group of exotic dancers who con their wealthy broker clients, also stars Constance Wu and Julia Stiles and is based on a New York Magazine article that went viral in 2015.