Books that tell the story of love passion between young Anastasia Steele and the rich Christian Grey, adept SM which makes you discover the sado-masochism that makes his heart beat. On screen, Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan will embody this unusual couple, and ultra sexy. And while waiting to find out if Fifty Shades Freed (Fifty shades lighter) which closes the saga will also be released a day on TF1, a black band is displayed just before the film warned viewers that the version of yesterday evening was censored. A censorship that had already created controversy in 2017, when the chain had offered the first episode with cut scenes.
The internet users are not happy (like really not)
The tweeters have once again indicated their displeasure in discovering a version censored of Fifty Shades Darker. According to them, watching the movie without the sex scenes, which are for many “the best scenes” of the work has no interest. And they have not hesitated to say to TF1 on Twitter. See Fifty shades darker sequences with hot cut in the mounting would be a “scandal”, “a shame” and they have even added to be “disgusted” by this “version where you can’t see anything”.
Really angry with the supply chain, the internet users have explained that TF1 would have had to run the second part of Fifty Shades of Grey to 23h, in the second part of the evening, in order not to censor the film. They also pointed out that the sex scenes are cut so that the violent scenes of other movies and series are left as such : “When it comes to a film with scenes that are very violent, there was no censorship and it is all public, and when it comes to a film with scenes a little warm, you are stuck”, “They censor and put 12 years a film where we see nothing, and broadcast without the slightest remorse a series where you see people burn, and that is just -10 years (The bazaar of charity)”.
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