|This is why our kids get confused we let them watch violent acts (football is second only to boxing) but shield them from the other thing that makes us human (sexuality).
We could argue about the "violent nature" of football, but the point above is on the mark: Those who would passionately argue that displays of overt sexuality 'harm' their children - that it debases human relationships and turns people into objects - seem to be blind to the equal harm done to children who watch violence that saturates the airways. The bottom line is the same
You cannot choose to be outraged over sexual displays on TV, and at the same time turn your cheek to the violence. Talk about Hypocrisy!
As a nod to the reason for this thread, I though the sound was poor in every way - dropouts, mix, hissy & boomy. The MTV-style camera work really stresses the MPEG encoders - lots of artifacts and blocking, videowise.