AA (Any age)

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AA, which stands for Any age, is a film content age rating that is issued by the Official New Eiffel Ratings Board (ONERB), to state that in its opinion, a film, video recording (commercial, promotional video, etc.), is suitable for all ages. In some very rare chases it may be recommended for viewers to be over the age of four.

AA was one of the first ONERB age ratings, and is the oldest one still used by the ONERB, being in use since 17 March 2018.

Regulations

Languages

Violence

Horror

Sex and nudity

Sexual violence

Drugs

Blasphemy

Depending on which context, more then 3 uses of religious swearing ("oh my god", "Jesus Christ", "cow", etc.) will give a film an AAWW rating.

In print