"Noker's fictional satire not only pokes fun at censored videos, but also lampoons current issues and turns political pundits into punch lines."
-Kelsey Blackwell, Salt Lake Magazine
When the entrepreneurial owner of a struggling video rental store in Provo, Utah, offers R- and PG-rated movies with the sex, violence, and profanity edited out-earning a new rating of F (for Family)-his profits skyrocket.
Things take a dangerous turn when a customer known as Twitchy Guy brings in a box of old family movies, demanding that his estranged wife be edited out. The proposal seems extremely odd, but the offered payment is too generous to refuse. After much of the editing is done, Twitchy Guy decides to "delete" his wife from his life-literally.
Managing a video store swiftly leads to violence, murder, and too many people posing for too many cameras.
Rated F is an entertaining satire about political correctness gone too far.