US Postal Service Censors ‘Look’ Promo Postcard – UPDATED

While checking Twitter this morning I got a message form none other than director Adam Rifkin alerting me to something rather absurd. As reported by the New York Post, the United States Postal Service is refusing to mail promo postcards that promote the upcoming DVD release of Rifkin’s film LOOK. The postcard features a man in his boxers entwined by a woman’s legs and, as such, has been labeled too obscene to be delivered by the mail carrier. Below is the postcard in question. Sound off on whether or not you’re more offended by the postcard or the USPS’s arbitrary labeling of it. Should you wish to make your thoughts known to the USPS you can contact them directly right here. Keep checking back with us for more on this as well as a review of the DVD (out on May 5th).

[UPDATED 4/08]: Below the postcard we’ve added a video that shows Adam Rifkin’s reaction upon finding out the news about the censored postcard. Check it out.


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