I highly doubt someone will not turn out 'okay' because they were allowed to drink at and see strippers at 16. If you are referring to a lack of parenting fundamentals, that's fair enough. However, being a good parent is not limited to these things. But let's stick to the quote. Let's say for the sake of argument, that someone doesn't turn out okay because their parents let them drink and see strippers at 16. Does that mean everyone will? No, of course not.Maybe you can view strippers or drink at 16 and turn out okay, but that doesn't mean it is the case for everyone else.
Actually it is the film developer's responsibility, they aren't supposed to just overlook things like that. I believe they are required to report anything that appears suspicious. Maybe Frogman283 can enlighten us on that since he works for Fujifilm. Most places (and we're talking consumer-type film developers, not professional services where an artist might be developing "art nudes") will tell you right up front that printing pictures of nudity is not allowed.FocuzdZX5 said:The guy who developed the film should not have not gotten into someone else's business.