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Old 11-21-2022, 03:32 PM   #41
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I'm convinced there were different versions released in UK cinemas. I was a big True Romance fan and would definitely have noticed Christian Slater - at least once! My friend and I would have been talking about Orange Sherbert for ages. Instead we were talking about the henchmen scenes.
If there was no Christian Slater in the version you saw then there were definitely a few different prints shown. The film is chock full of memorable scenes so I know that there's no way I am imagining that I watched an extended cut.
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I definitely remember the Christian Slater sherbet scene at the cinema showing I saw.
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I definitely remember the Christian Slater sherbet scene at the cinema showing I saw.
How about the life raft ending? In my screening, that was sandwiched between the explosion and the hotel room scene and I remember it there as clearly as I remember orange sherbert.
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How about the life raft ending? In my screening, that was sandwiched between the explosion and the hotel room scene and I remember it there as clearly as I remember orange sherbert.
I don't remember that one, not saying it wasn't there though.
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Hopefully this trilogy gets released on 4K UHD soon.
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If there was no Christian Slater in the version you saw then there were definitely a few different prints shown. The film is chock full of memorable scenes so I know that there's no way I am imagining that I watched an extended cut.
It may have been related to the infamous Princess Diana edit. They might have sourced prints from abroad, maybe from America, rather than have to cut the "Prince Charles had an affair" joke out of hundreds of UK prints. They had 4 full working days between Princess Diana's death (Aug 31st 1997) and the theatrical release (Sep 5th 1997) to remove it. I saw a preview showing of the film in mid August through a magazine and all the scenes mentioned above were there, including Christian Slater and the 2 henchman scenes.
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