Movie reclassified, which sources do you need to accept the change?

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I have submitted an updated classification for Dungeons & Dragons (tt0190374) twice now and the change hasn't been made on the film's page. In the Netherlands the rating went up from All Ages (AL) to 12 due to complaints. I provided a link to the official Dutch classification board (Kijkwijzer, maintained by NICAM, the Dutch Institute for Classification of Audiovisual Media). Which sources do you need to be able to update a classification?
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Seems like no-one cares about accurate age certification of older movies.
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IMDb is unlikely to accept a change in this case, as the original rating was correct. You should add a new Certification of Netherlands:12 with an attribute of (re-rating)

You might also update the current Netherlands certification with the attribute (original rating) so the sequence will be explicitly noted. This is likely to make the approval of the re-rating more likely.

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Thanks!