‘Redacted’ version of The Interview not enough for North Korea
The version of The Interview, which depicts a fictional assassination attempt against leader Kim Jong-un, that has been released to 331 American cinemas has been heavily censored, losing up to 10 minutes of footage.
Sony staff refer to it as the “redacted version” and hope the sequences erased on the orders of Sony’s Tokyo head office may be restored for a “director’s cut” on DVD, although that may never be released legally in Asia.
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Notice the last threats of releases we've heard about was what, a few days before christmas. a hole hullabaloo, and now the release, and pretty much silence?
Any of you find that a little bit suspicious?