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The violence in a PG rated film will not be intense, while violence that is both intense and persistent will generally require at least an R rating.

Uncut/extended versions of films that are labeled "Unrated" also contain warnings saying that the uncut version of the film contains content that differs from the theatrical release and might not be suitable for minors.

If a film has not yet been assigned a final rating, the label This Film Is Not Yet Rated is used in trailers and television commercials.

The first film to be released with this rating was the 1984 John Milius war film Red Dawn.

The "X" rating was not an MPAA trademark and would not receive the MPAA seal; any producer not submitting a film for MPAA rating could self-apply the "X" rating (or any other symbol or description that was not an MPAA trademark).

Since 1989, Tennessee state law has set the minimum age to theatrically view an R-rated film without adult accompaniment at 18, instead of 17.

The MPAA also rates film trailers, print advertising, posters, and other media used to promote a film.

The MPAA rating system is a voluntary scheme that is not enforced by law; films can be exhibited without a rating, although many theaters refuse to exhibit non-rated or NC-17 rated films.