The intended message in Fahrenheit is the importance of being aware of our profound abilities as intelligent beings, and how our evolution is in jeopardy upon our awareness. For the sake of the argument, assume for a moment that you wish to "ban" Fahrenheit from the library shelves.
Bradbury understood censorship to be a natural projection of an extremely tolerant society What do the "firemen" do for a living? Government censorship, though an important topic, is not the intended focus of the novel Fahrenheit As Faber notes in a conversation with Montag, "It's not books you need, it's some of the things that once were in books.
Oskar Werner is wonderful in the lead. What do all of these places have in common? The individual is not accepted and the intellectual is considered an outlaw.