Die Hard 5 Only Censored in British Cinemas
Fortunately, the BBFC is very open on their website when it comes to the information whether a film has been cut or not. Sometimes, that info is a little hidden like in the case of A Good Day to Die Hard. The overview states that "All known versions of this work passed uncut" and in a strict sense, that is correct but before the final submission to the board, the distributor applied changes.
The number of coarse language was reduced, blood was partially removed and punches against vulnerable people were cut. The BBFC has a quite good summary for that:
Fans in Great Britain are currently assembling and protest against that action, hoping to convince the distributor to put the uncut BBFC 15 version in cinemas.
In the US, the film received an "R" rating for violence and language and wasn't censored for a PG-13 like its direct predecessor.
UK fans have to hope that the uncensored version of A Good Day to Die Hard will at least be available on the upcoming home video releases. That's not always a safe bet in the United Kingdom, so... fingers crossed.
Release: Feb 13, 2013 - Author: Bob - Translator: Mike Lowrey
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