Could we trust Warner Bros after a year that saw the blatant snub
of The Iron Giant in favor of yet another Sonnenfeld-Smith
snoozefest? On top of that, remember the sneaky bit about not changing
a frame of Eyes Wide Shut after Kubrick's death. I guess
heaven has an opticals department because those shadow people were
Well, that snipping sound you heard last month was either Kubrick
spinning in his grave or the insightful folk at the WB making more
edits. Apparently, the Hindu chanting in the movie features a religous
Hindu scriptures and that was enough for the Warner brass to call
for the music's removal from all European and South African versions.
It's enough to make us wonder what constitutes the Warner Bros vow
of NOT changing a frame of a director's vision and pray that they
also promise not to change a frame of the Pokemon movie.