European classifications
You can find the classifications of 12 films from different European countries here.
(Source: TV Diskurs, Verantwortung in audiovisuellen Medien).
 
The most recent titles have been added in May 2017.
Title
Assassin's Creed 16 16 12A 12 14 11 15
Rogue One 12 12 12A AL 12 11 11
Hacksaw Ridge 16 16 15 12 16 15 -
Nocturnal Animals 16 16 15 AL! 16 15 15
Office Christmas Party 12 12 15 AL 14 7 11
La La Land AL 0 12A AL 0 - 0
Manchester by the Sea 12 12 15 AL 12 11 11
Logan 16 16 15 12! 16 15 15
Fifty Shades Darker 16 16 18 12 - 15 -
T2 Trainspotting 12 16 18 AL! 16 15 -
A Cure for Wellness 16 16 18 12 16 15 15
Silence 16 12 15 AL! 16 15 -
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Legenda:


AL     = All Ages
-         = Unknown  
c.v.    = Cut version
A       = Accompanied
P.G.  = Parental Guidance
K.J.   = Not allowed for youth (under 18)
!         = Film theatre should caution for intense violent and/or sex scenes

 Netherlands: Ned. Inst. v/d Classificatie van Audiovisuele Media (NICAM) 
 Germany: Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle der Filmwirtschaft (FSK)
 United Kingdom: British Board of Film Classification (BBFC)
 France: Centre National de la Cinématographie (CNC)
 Austria: Austrian Board of Media Classification (ABMC)
 Denmark: Medieraadet for Børn og Unge
 Sweden: Swedish Media Council
 
In these countries the classiifcations are determined by members of a classification board. Click on a flag to go to the website of the institute.