AAWW

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AWW, which stands for Any age, with warning 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, documentary, etc.), is suitable for all ages, however is recommended that younger viewers are accompanied by a parent or guardian.

AAWW was added as an ONERB age rating on 16 June 2018.

Regulations

Language

AAWW allows for minor brief swear words (such as damn, crap, cow, etc.). 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.

Violence

"Slight violence" is allowed.

Horror and frightening scenes

Only "slightly scary scenes" are allowed.

Sex and nudity

No nudity is permitted and only slight sexual references and innuendos are allowed.

Sexual violence

None.

Drugs

Only slight drug references.