Apple TV+: the film Tetris will be banned for children under 17 (in the United States)

Product for AppleTV+the film Tetris will tell the story of the creation of the cult game. The actor Tagon Egerton (great in ) will play the title role of Aleksey Pajitnothe brilliant developer who created Tetris in 1984. Matthew Marsh will interpret Mikhail Gorbachev, the promoter of perestroika. The film should go beyond the sphere of video games; the tense atmosphere of the Cold War should be transcribed there without really knowing to what extent the context of the time could influence the history of the game itself.

Other notable information, the film by Jon S. Baird (Feed the Beast, Vinyl) will be prohibited for children under 17 in the United States (unaccompanied by an adult) ie the R – Rated classification. This classification prevails for films containing violence, scenes of nudity or colloquial language, and it is undoubtedly this last point which earns Tetris the R mention. Tetris does not yet have a precise release date, but we know all the same that the filming has been completed for more than a year and that it will be available on Apple TV+ in 2023.

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