One time's shocking boundary-breaker is a future time's child's play. That's just the way things go. What shocks us one day will usually become common place (or at least not controversial) at some point in time. But some towns, they know how to be stubborn.

According to the BBC, it seems that a little UK town called Aberystwyth really doesn't appreciate Monty Python's Life of Brian, and it's been banned for the last 29 years. But that's not the kicker -- one of the actors in the film is now the mayor. Sue Jones-Davies, who played Judith Iscariot/Brian's girlfriend, is now the mayor of the town and is on a mission to get the ban lifted.

Meanwhile, Reverend Stuart Bell is completely against the idea, claiming that every Christian he talks to in the town wants the ban upheld. He then goes on to talk about how he loves Jesus more than his wife and how he wouldn't go see a film that makes fun of his wife either. Of course, he's never seen the film (just "a small clip, that's all").

Will Mayor Sue be the town's Kevin Bacon? We'll have to wait and see.
categories Movies, Cinematical