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Old 02-08-2020, 09:23 PM   #161
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No need to. As I said: Both will (most likely) be the same. I'm actually rather sure by now: https://www.dvdfr.com/dvd/f300525-elephant-man.html (The previous images for the French steel were just obvious mocks, using old Elephant Man steel artwork.)
Ah. Okay. Good to know.
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So, looks like the film has been raised to a 12A, for some reason. Not sure if the new release will be the same or just the theatrical rerelease but hasn't it been a PG since like the beginning of time?
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Man, if only we could get some packaging shots.
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Looks like a fold-out digipak just like their other LE UHDs but yeah, some pics of that would be cool.
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So, looks like the film has been raised to a 12A, for some reason. Not sure if the new release will be the same or just the theatrical rerelease but hasn't it been a PG since like the beginning of time?
As pictured, it's still PG for video releases. Even when a film gets re-rated for theatrical release, it retains the original rating for future disc releases, unless something gets added (bonus features or trailers) that changes the rating.
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So, looks like the film has been raised to a 12A, for some reason. Not sure if the new release will be the same or just the theatrical rerelease but hasn't it been a PG since like the beginning of time?
Some information here:

https://bbfc.co.uk/releases/elephant-man-1980

Originally a 'AA' at the cinema (similar to a modern '15', only with the age bar set at 14).

Later a PG for home video. Reasons for that PG here:

https://bbfc.co.uk/case-studies/elephant-man

The first link suggests further details may be available after 3rd March.

The film has not been reclassified for the cinema since its initial 'AA' upon release, so a '12A' is more lenient. However, given the constant classification and re-classification as a PG for home video from 1987 to 2007, the fact that it is not now a PG for the cinema is of some surprise.

The runtime is 20 seconds longer than it was in 1980. Possibly for new logos, or notes on the restoration, but who knows.

For clarity, there is no '12A' certificate for home video.
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I really hate these big bulky StudioCanal releases, but man is that set just gorgeous.

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