London, Jan 24 (Agencies): Actor Ryan Gosling is annoyed with the US censors for banning a steamy scene in his upcoming film 'Blue Valentine'.

The 30-year-old actor, whose latest movie has been rated as 'R' worries that his work will only get a limited audience because of the rating, reported Contactmusic.

"The process is frustrating. They don't tell you why, there's no debate, you just get told the scene you have to cut. And if you get that rating it means you can't air on TV, you can't have ads in newspapers and you can't screen anywhere but in big cities with arthouse theatres," said the actor.

"We weren't saying kids under 17 should be able to see the film, but getting that rating effectively means nobody can see your film," Gosling said about the rating process.

Presenting his point, the actor said the scene is vital to the story, to make people aware about the consequences of unprotected sex.

"Michelle's character has casual sex, gets pregnant and ends up having the kid. It affects the rest of her life. It stops her going to med school. The idea that parents wouldn't want kids to see the ramifications and consequences of sex seems strange to me. The film isn't glorifying anything, it demystifies things," said the Canadian actor.

The 'Notebook' star said that the raunchy scenes weren't difficult to film as they were asked to be accurate, rather than sexy.