Uganda Media Council has banned Dutch Movie “The Dinner Club” from entrance into European Film Festival, the Embassy of the Netherlands in Uganda announced.

The Embassy published on its Facebook page a list of reasons which led to the disqualification of the movie and top on the list was the film depicted and glorified homosexuality which is a criminal offence in Uganda.

“The Dinner Club” was shot in 2010 by Robert Jan Westdijk but was due to be shown in Uganda at the European Film Festival.

The council gave six reasons for banning the movie; Criminal Acts, Imitable Behavior, Language and Profanity, Sex, Violence, Nudity and Substance, and Alcohol.

The full reasons for banning the movie has been published below:

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