This is the Danish film rating system.
Approval of the film for general admittance.
Approval of the film for general admittance, but not recommended for children younger than the age of 7.
Approval of the film for admittance of children from the age of 11.
Approval of the film for admittance of children from the age of 15.
Exempt from classification – only used on home video products (mostly documentaries, Danish stand-up shows and educational material)
Children who have turned 7 are allowed admission to all films if accompanied by an adult (a person who has turned 18). Consequently, it is the responsibility of the parents to ensure that their children do not watch violent and hardcore pornographic films.
Films accessible to the public do not have to be classified by the Media Council but consequently must be labeled as 15 – approval of the film for admittance of children from the age of 15 – no matter the content of the film.
At cinemas, the 11 and 15 ratings are restricted, and the cinema has to make sure that you are the right age, or if over 7 years old, accompanied by an adult.
On the home video market, only the 15 rating is restricted, and the retailer must make sure that the purchaser is 15 years or older. It is an offense to sell a 15 certified movie to a person under 15 years.