First submission of ‘Spilt Gravy’ rejected by censors!
The Malaysian Censorship Board (LPF) rejects Spilt Gravy On Rice for cinematic release. The primary reason for this was that the LPF believed that the film touches on religious sensitivities, and risks “creating confusion” among viewers.
The censors also had issues with the film’s exploration of social issues and topics that could be interpreted as taboo. And so LPF slapped the film with a Not Suitable For Public Viewing (TUT) rating and suggested several cuts and changes so the film could be re-evaluated for public release.