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Margaret (Part 1/2)

original title: Margaret

Comparison:

  • Theatrical Version
  • Extended Cut
Release: May 29, 2013 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB
Compared are the R-Rated Theatrical Version and the Unrated Extended Cut.


There are 354 differences with a total difference of 36:20 minutes.

In detail:
* 14 additional scenes Extended Cut
* 116 extended scenes Extended Cut
* 163 scenes with different takes
* 9 recuts
* 53 cuts Extended Cut



The Movie


17-year-old Lisa (Anna Paquin) happens to become a witness of a car crash in which a woman ends up dying in her arms. After testifying in favor of the bus driver, she has a guilty conscience because the bus driver only ran the light because he was looking at Lisa. When the bus driver refuses to speak the truth in front of her, she dedicates her life to sue the employer and provoke dismissal. In the process, she comes in contact with relatives of teh deceased but they have their own interessents.
At the same time, we get to know about the broken relationship with her mom Joan because Lisa doesn't approve of her mom's relation with Ramon (Jean Reno). Lisa herself has relationships with guys of her own age (e.g. Kieran Culkin) and also with her math teacher (Matt Damon).

The critics of the drama with a running time of almost 150 minutes in its Theatrical Cut where mostly positive. But to be frank, to watch the entire movie an iron butt is necessary. The story contains a lot of subplots in order to elaborate the characters – like Lisa’s drama group - but that also means the story goes on very slowly. Especially the main character with the bold behavior becomes very annoying to the audience when it’s actually suppose to build up sympathy for the movie character. One the one hand, the actors get the opportunity to show their acting skills which are clearly there. But then again, it’s been blow in the editing room because the result is pretty sloppy. Moreover, one could have put more focus on the actual story.

The last impression may be deceiving, considering the circumstances the movie was made under until it was finally finished. The shooting already began in 2005 and it was scheduled to be in movie theaters for 2007. In the following period, director Kenneth Lonergan and producer Gary Gilbert wouldn’t come to an agreement so several versions with a length of 150 minutes – just like the studio wanted - got rejected in a court of law. In 2011, one version finally made it to the movie theaters. Among other versions, a version of Martin Scorsese got rejected in the process. This Theatrical Version was not what Lonergan had originally in mind but he approved at least. Gilbert on the other still didn’t but he had run out of legal options.
For more details, I’d like to point out this article in the New York Times.



The Versions


The US Blu-ray released in summer 2012 contains an additional DVD (only in SD of course) with the Extended Cut – length: almost 3 hours. This is probably Lonergan’s Original Version. As implied by all the cooks that were involved in the last part, the Extended Cut is completely different here. Much more than one would probably notice which didn’t only make the actual movie but also the following comparison quite an ordeal.

More than 350 differences have been identified. I’d like to point out though that this is a subjective method of counting because some scenes have been added up to a block when it made seemed to make sense – depending on the definition, one could get a higher figure. To keep it as clear as possible, I haven’t only written trivial alterations in small letters but also divided the differences into different categories. In most of the cases without overlaps. Within an alternate take, a character often makes an additional comment in either of the versions. These differences have been marked with a color in order to make it easier for the reader. Red text describes additional comments in the Extended Cut, blue text the additional ones in the Theatrical Version. The dialog written in brackets remains unchanged, it’s only there because the differences before and after these parts change the meaning of the entire scene.

But only the additional scenes make a real difference because they contain new story elements now and then. For instance, one gets to see of more Lisa at acting school, more background information about in Joan’s conversations with Ramon and Lisa’s pregnancy / abortion is not only vagely mentioned but actually shown as well. All in all, those kind of new scenes are rare – they’re just a tiny part of the differences.

The extended scenes contains lots of unspectacular footage which has been most likely been cut from the Theatrical Version for pace reasons. Sometimes, there’s one more sentence; often it’s only a longer landscape shot.

Similar insignificant are many many differences regarding alternate takes because in both takes they stick to the script. Even the words are the same. The only difference is the angle (e.g. a close-up in the Theatrical Version and a distance shot in the Extended Version). I can’t see a real pattern there either. When it looks like the Extended Cut focuses on a particular person, so does the Theatrical Version shortly afterwards.

Conspicuous recuts do not exist either. Scenes marked as recut only hava an alternate order within a block of scenes.

Also very conspicuous is the fact that there are many cuts in the Extended Cut. And not just that, some scenes are exclusively in the Theatrical Version without a counterpart to it in the Extended Version. As a result, there are much more differences than the 35 minutes length difference implies. But this shouldn’t be taken too seriously of course, due to the very different editing of the two versions.

What’s not going to be marked in the comparison is a crucial attribute in the Extended Version: the music / Score is quite different. The Extended Version often contains classic music which gives it a nice arthouse touch while the music in the Theatrical Version is more mainstream.


In summary it can be stated that the Extended Version is the better version for potential buyers and that’s why it’s really sad that it’s not available in HD. Especially the additional footage sometimes looks like that’s the way it was originally intended. Or one could say the Theatrical Version looks more like patchwork because of that.
Nonetheless, only a few of the here mentioned differences are really relevant for an improved movie experience. And if one didn’t like the Theatrical Version, one won’t like the Extended Version either. That’s for sure.
Alternate Shots:
00:00:37
The opening credits are different. Both use a different font and the order in which we see the names of the actors was changed, too.
Additionally – as for almost every shot of the rest of the movie – the sequence is slightly shorter/longer. Overall, the Theatrical Version is a little longer and it also fades to black at the end of this scene.

+ 5 sec


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut



Within the opening credits there are two special differences:

Recut:
00:01:53
A short shot of a street is at first only shown in the Theatrical Version, however, later it is also included in the Extended Cut and shown longer there.

no difference




00:02:23
Extended Scene Extended Cut: / Recut:
Two shots are only shown in the Extended Cut in their entirety. However, parts of the second one are also shown in the Theatrical Version.

2 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:03:27
The first two shots inside the classroom are slightly longer in the Theatrical Version.

+ 4 sec



00:03:30
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The following shot begins earlier, the first pupil goes to Mr. Aaron.

9 sec




Alternate Shots:
00:03:43
Until the moment when Lisa goes to the front, the two versions are very different. Only in the Theatrical Version we see a rather clumsy pupil following Lisa to the front, while the Extended Cut instead shows other shots of Lisa waiting.

+ 13 sec

Mr. Aaron: "Brown? Come on, come on. Attboy, Todd."


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut




00:03:51
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
When Lisa approaches Mr. Aaron, the shot begins slightly earlier.

1 sec




00:03:59
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The Extended Cut shows a longer shot of the sequence and Lisa thanks her teacher, accompanied by a lascivious glimpse.

1 sec

Lisa: "Thanks, Mr. Aaron."




Re-Cut:
00:04:06
In the Extended Cut, Lisa's walk back takes a little longer. However, the same shot was included later (after she looked at her test) in the Theatrical Version.

no difference




00:04:11
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The shot of Mr. Aaron cleaning the board begins a little earlier and some more people run through the shot.

1 sec


At this point and also later, only the Extended Cut included pupils discussing stupid things and frequently using swear words.


Alternate Shots:
00:04:24
In the Theatrical Version the medium long shot is shown longer and Mr. Aaron says: "I just wanted to take a minute to talk to you about the test."
The Extended Cut cuts to a close-up shot of Mr. Aaron and after a short cut to Lisa he says: "I just wanted to talk to you about your test, for a minute."

After Lisa agreed in both versions, the dialogue is a little shorter in the Extended cut (whatever is missing is written in blue below). After that, the Extended Cut continues using the medium long shot from the Theatrical Version.

+ 4 sec

Mr. Aaron: "Now , I know you had a little help."
Lisa: "Well, I mean, I didn't cheat, if that's what you mean."
Mr. Aaron: "I'm just saying I know you had a little help."

(Lisa: "A lot of people did.")


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut




Alternate Shots:
00:05:15
Again, only the Extended Cut cuts to a close-up shot of Lisa and Mr. Aaron, while the Theatrical Version constantly shows a long shot.

+ 1 sec



00:05:43
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa leaves the classroom and goes to the schoolyard. Despite the conversation with Mr. Aaron she's happy about her grade.

18 sec




Alternate Shots:
00:06:01
When Lisa tells her classmate about the conversation, both versions use different (yet very similar) takes. The dialogue has not been changed.

2 sec



Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:06:14
The shot of Mr. Klein and Lisa in the background begins slightly earlier in the Theatrical Version.

+ 1 sec


00:06:27
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The following shot begins a little earlier in the Extended Cut..

1 sec


Alternate Shots:
00:07:40
The Theatrical Version shows the long shot a little longer, while the Extended Cut cuts to the following shot of Darren and Lisa a little earlier.

no difference




Alternate Shots:
00:08:03
Now follows a rather unusual change: The Extended Cut shows a (digitally added) car passing the camera. Then the movie cuts to a later part of the sequence with Lisa and Darren.
The part that was not included in the Extended Cut is shown in the Theatrical Version. After Darren praised Mr. Aaron Lisa says: "Yeah."

+ 3 sec


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut




Alternate Shots:
00:08:10
An alternative take when you see both of them from the side. The Theatrical Version stays in this position a little longer, while the Extended Cut shows the front view a little earlier.
Thus, we only miss out on a short part of Darren's question. In the Theatrical Version we only hear "Why...". Lisa's response is the same, despite the alternate shots.

Below you only see the images of the missing sequence.

1 sec

Darren: "Why would you want to buy a cowboy hat?"




Alternate Shots:
00:08:39
The Extended Cut stays in the side view perspective a little longer, while the Theatrical Version shows the front view earlier.
Thus, Lisa's question whether or not Darren's invitation to the cinema is meant to be a date can be heard during alternate takes. In the Extended Cut, her intonation of the question makes it seem more ridiculous.

no difference



Alternate Shots:
00:09:17
The Theatrical Version cuts to a shot of Darren, while the Extended Cut constantly shows Lisa. As a result, she hesitates a little longer in the Theatrical Version, before she asks him if he really just asked her out.

+ 2 sec



Alternate Shots:
00:09:28
The Theatrical Version cuts to Darren who is shocked and stutters a little. Then it cuts back to Lisa.
In the Extended Cut, the previous shots are shown slightly longer, followed by the medium long shot which is shown way earlier. Thus we hear some more dialogue (red).

4 sec

Lisa: "Are you? Hello! Earth to Darren."
Darren: "I don't know. I don't know."
(Lisa: "Are you?"
Darren: "Yeah. I mean...")


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut




Alternate Shots:
00:09:46
The Theatrical Version immediately cuts to a close-up shot of Lisa, while the Extended Cut shows the medium long shot a little longer, making Darren stutter a little longer.
Subsequently, the Theatrical Version shows an alternate take of the medium long shot with the exact same dialogue.

9 sec

(Darren: "What?")
Lisa: "Nothing, this is... Nothing."
Darren: "So, yeah. I would. I mean, yes, I am. Yes, I am."

Lisa: "Well, I would definitely have to think about this."
[...]
Darren: "Not a thing."


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:10:19
When Lisa goes to the house, the Theatrical Version shows the shot a little earlier.

< + 1 sec


00:11:06
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
We see Lisa at the phone a little earlier.

1 sec


Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:11:34
After we saw Lisa inside the fashion shop, the following shot on the street begins a little earlier in the Theatrical Version.

+ 1 sec



00:12:03
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Die wartenden Fahrgäste lassen erst einmal die anderen aussteigen, bevor sie selbst in den Bus von Maretti einsteigen.

2 sec




Alternate Shots:
00:12:06
The Theatrical Version cuts to a shot of Lisa. The Extended Cut instead constantly shows the other passengers getting in, thus making it roughly 2 seconds longer.

Images originate solely from the Theatrical Version.

no difference




00:12:48
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Only in the Extended Cut the traffic light turns yellow already.

1 sec




Recut: / Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:12:57
The course of events was mixed up a little when Monica gets hit. Additionally, some parts during the middle of this sequence are a little longer in the Extended Cut: Only there we see Maretti hitting the brakes before running Monica over.
After the shot of the bus passing the red light, the versions continue as follows:

Theatrical Version

- side view/close-up shot of Monica
- Lisa realizes what is happening
- Monica anxiously looks to the side and falls to the ground
- The bus approaches her and knocks her down
- Maretti puts the hat back on his head and suddenly hits the breaks
- a long shot of Lisa in shock
- Close-up shot of Maretti in shock
- Maretti's foot on the breaks
- the squealing tyres in a close-up shot, IN BETWEEN there's a short shot of Maretti
- Another side-view shot of Maretti (see screenshot)
- The tyre squashes the shopping cart


Extended Cut

- Lisa realizes what's going to happen
- side view/close-up shot of Monica
- Maretti puts the hat back on his head and suddenly hits the breaks
- Maretti's foot on the breaks
- Close-up shot of Maretti in shock
- Monica anxiously looks to the side and falls to the ground
- The bus approaches her and knocks her down
- a long shot of Lisa in shock (begins a few frames earlier)
- the squealing tyres in a close-up shot
- A short shot of Maretti
- The tyre squashes the shopping cart

+ 2 sec




00:13:06
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Right after the scene of the accident, we see some footage filmed by a shaking camera which interrupts the shot of the shopping cart. The rest of that shot is shown after the interruption.

4 sec




Alternate Shots:
00:13:17
The shot of Lisa is – in the Theatrical Version – interrupted by a long shot of the crash scene, while the Extended Cut stays with Lisa, thus showing her longer.
The image below solely originate from the Theatrical Version.

no difference


Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:13:24
Further shot of the crash site (please see the previous screenshot) and Lisa again in the Theatrical Version.

+ 3 sec



00:13:31
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa slightly earlier and a also couple of frames longer.

2 sec


00:13:34
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Maretti longer.

2 sec




Different Shots:
00:13:41
The Extended Cut contains a long take of Maretti getting out of the bus and witnessing the current events.
The Theatrical Version on the other hand contains a short close-up of him. Then the red lights, followed by two shorter alternate takes of him getting out of the bus.

+ 3 sec


Theatrical VersionExtended Cut




00:14:25
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa again. She takes care of heavily-wounded Monica. That’s why she’s peaking onscreen while the Theatrical Version only contains her text as voice-over during the following scene of a pedestrian being on the phone with the paramedic.

3 sec




Different Shots:
00:14:32
In the Theatrical Version, the close-up is longer while the Extended Cut cuts to the distance shot sooner.

no difference




Different Shots:
00:14:47
Only the Theatrical Version shows the man who wants to help Monica. The Extended Cut only contains the distance shot, without any interruption.
Same things a few moments later.

1 sec




Different Shots:
00:14:58
When the mentioned man wants to help Monica, he gets blood on his clothes. Slightly different takes have been used her and the order of the scenes (close-up while swearing, cut to the dark-skinned guy next to him) is different as well.

+ 1 sec



Missing Scene Extended Cut:
00:15:04
Only the Theatrical Version shows the guy again.

+ 1 sec




Different Shots:
00:15:17
Further shot of the guy in the Theatrical Version while the Extended Cut sticks with Monica in Lisa’s arm.
Based on that, the following scenes are different as well. The Theatrical Version contains an additional shot of Lisa and the following shots begin differently, too.

Screenshots only for the two additional shots in the Theatrical Version.

1 sec




Missing Scene Extended Cut:
00:15:43
The bold guy shakes his head in the Theatrical Version.

+ 2 sec




00:15:54
Missing Scene Extended Cut:
Two shots are trivially shorter in the Theatrical Version.

1 sec


Different Shots:
00:16:25
The high-angle shot is longer in the Theatrical Version while the close-up of Lisa starts earlier in the Extended Cut.

no difference




Different Shots:
00:16:31
Additional shot of Monica in the Theatrical Version. The Extended Cut sticks with Lisa all the time.

1 sec



Different Shots:
00:16:44
The high-angle shot is longer in the Extended Version, the following shot starts earlier in the Theatrical Version.
no difference




00:17:00
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Additional shot of screaming Lisa. The following shots are few frames longer each.

2 sec




Recut:
00:17:07
Different order of the reaction shots of the pedestrians.

no difference



00:17:28
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Maretti slightly longer.

1 sec




Different Shots:
00:17:37
During Lisa’s interrogation, the Theatrical Version shows Detective Mitchell and then Maretti again over Lisa’s shoulder.
The Extended Cut doesn’t contain the same footage until the subsequent scene plus an additional shot over the Detective’s shoulder.

+ 6 sec

Mitchell: "Think of it like a movie. Like you're watching' a movie in your head..."
Lisa: "It was green as I came to the intersection. Did somebody call my mother?"


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:17:49
Only the Extended Cut already cuts to Lisa here. The Theatrical Version sticks with Mitchell all the time.

no difference




Different Shots:
00:18:01
Maretti slightly earlier in the Extended Cut. Then different parts in several takes. Furthermore, the shot of Lisa speaking is different. The Theatrical Version shows her from the distance while the Extended at closer range.

1 sec



Different Shots:
00:18:21
Shot of Mitchell in the Extended Cut. Then, the scene ends after the remaining footage of Lisa. In the Theatrical Version on the other hand, we see Maretti giving his statement – screenshots only for that.

+ 6 sec




00:19:14
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Before Lisa uses the restroom at her house, a short scene of her sitting down on the couch and leaving a bloody print back there has been removed.

14 sec

Lisa: "Good one, Lisa."




00:19:55
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
While Lisa is in the shower to wash off the blood, her mom Joan checks at the laundry.

10 sec

Joan: "I don't know if I'm gonna be able to get these clean."
Lisa: "Just throw them out."
Joan: "Well, let me see if I can get this clean."




00:20:10
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Slightly extended shot of Lisa washing off the blood in the shower.

7 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:20:25
Joan longer with the boots at the sink.

+ 1 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:20:39
Additional exterior shot as introduction for the upcoming transition in the Theatrical Version. The first interior shot starts earlier as well because the music decays.

+ 8 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:21:13
Extended shot of Darren waiting in front of the movie theater.

+ 3 sec




00:21:25
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa and Darren are at the movie theater. She leaves early.

21 sec




Different Shots:
00:21:48
The Extended Cut introduces Joan from a further distance.

no difference


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




00:22:21
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Joan earlier.

2 sec




00:22:55
Extedned Scene Extended Cut:
More detailed shot of Ramin asking Joan out – text in brackets also in the Theatrical Version.

2 sec

Ramon: "(Would you allow me to buy you a drink?) There is a nice place right down the street. (If you like to ask your friends...)"




Different Shots:
00:23:04
Ramon slightly longer in the Extended Cut, then a trivial alternate take of Joan with the same dialog. The latter also in the end of the scene plus she hesitates longer in the Theatrical Version – screenshots only for that.

4 sec

Joan: "Well..."
Ramon: "If it's not convenient..."
Joan: "No, no. It's okay."




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:23:57
Joan slightly earlier in the Theatrical Version before her Shirley Temple interpretation.

+ 1 sec




Different Shots:
00:24:22
In the Extended Cut, Joan fights back a little before she imitates a baby.
In the Theatrical Version, the shot before and after are a bit longer (no screens).

2 sec

Joan: "No. That's too strange."
Lisa: "No, no, no, you have to do it."




Different Shots:
00:24:48
Additional distance shot of Lisa and Joan in the Extended Cut, then an alternate take with less distance.

2 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:25:52
The transition starts earlier in the Extended Cut resp. Lisa longer with the dark-skinned kids in the Theatrical Version.
+ 7 sec



As often, this scene contains a different score (calmer music in the Extended Cut).


00:26:17
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa longer.

5 sec




00:26:54
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa meets Darren at a restaurant. Most of the conversation is inaudible due to the noises of the other guests.

2 min and 38 sec

Lisa: "...so I invited her along. I didn't think it was gonna sully our whole relationship. What do you wan't of me?"
Darren: "Nothing."
Lisa: "No, I can't. I've been thinking about your suggestion."
Darren: "Do you?"
Lisa: "I guess, I don't think it's a very good idea."
Darren: "Why not?"
Lisa: "I guess I don't feel that way about you."
Darren: "But those kinds of feelings can develop. I definitely feel like there's a connection there."
Lisa: "I know there is."
Darren: "I think you're just scared. I think you've been hurt by other relationships you've had in the past, and I think what it would feel like to have a real feeling is really terrifying to you. What's the matter? Hey, what's the matter?"




Different Shots:
00:29:31
Joan’s play again but this time it’s the other way around: the camera is closer in the Extended Cut.

1 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




00:30:35
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Subsequent to dinner, Joan and Ramon leave together. Extended shot of the receptionist in the process. Furthermore, a female offscreen voice says something in German.

3 sec

Guest: "Mama? Langsam bitte. Langsam. Mein Deutsch ist sehr schlecht."
(Mama? Slowly please. Slowly. My German is real bad.)




00:31:00
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
When our two love birds say goodbye and Ramon asks for Joan’s number, the Theatrical Version lacks her giving him her number.
Subsquently a slightly extended shot of the apartment door.

22 sec

Joan: "Oh, my God. I'm sorry. Of course. Duh. Hold on a second. Do you have a pen?"
Ramon: "What's your number?"
Joan: "212-555-0157"




00:31:35
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
After she locked the door, she checks on Lisa.

16 sec



00:32:40
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
When Lisa interrupts her masturbating mother and asks for a talk with her, a tracking shot of the house front is missing. One can hear the neighbors talk and there’s a comment of Lisa’s at the end of the scene as well.

39 sec

Neighbor 1: "I have not heard a ting. The odds are probably good. I mean, same crap happened last time he was with her. Last time he was seeing her, he disappeared..."
Female neighbor: "Larry, I didn't want to ask her about it in the middle of dinner."
Neighbor 2: "I didn't expect you to. It just galls me that they put us in this position..."
Female neighbor: "You know what? I really don't want to shout from room to room. I'll be ready in five minutes. You can tell me everything I did wrong last night, and then maybe I'll give you a little preview of everything I'm gonna do wrong tonight."
Neighbor 2: "You know what? Fuck it, I'll just..."
Lisa: "And I guess I was kind of waving back because I was trying to get him to stop..."




00:33:29
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The Theatrical Version lacks a part of Lisa’s conversation with her mom.

11 sec

Joan: "...it doesn't sound like it was anybody's fault."
Lisa: "But don't you think I should say something to them now?"




Different Shots:
00:34:01
At the end, the shots have been shortened in the Theatrical Version. As a result, the scene ends with Joan. In the Theatrical Version, there’s transition from Lisa during the previous shot.

no difference


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:35:08
In a following controversy in class, the shot of Lisa is slightly longer in the Theatrical Version.

< + 1 sec


Remove Scene Extended Cut:
00:35:19
The professor earlier in the Theatrical Version.

+ 2 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:36:18
Two shots of students making a corrective comment have been removed from the discussion.

+ 4 sec

Anthony: "The correct term is Afghans."




00:36:36
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Additional shot of Joan and her daughter hitting the road shortly before the interrogation at the police station.

34 sec

Joan: "Ready?"

Cop: "He's been with this woman for 12 years. He has a 4-year-old daughter, and every year he says he's gonna tell his wife he's gonna leave her. He never tells her. He never tells her anything. she has no idea what's going on. Finally, the woman calls up and says, 'I'd like you to know that your husband has another wife and another daughter in Staten Island.' This is like an ordinary guy."




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:37:47
After the questioning, only the Theatrical Version contains an exterior shot of the interrogation room plus there’s a transition from Lisa in the audience to Joan on stage in the following scene.

+ 4 sec




00:38:18
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
After Lisa simply answered the question about the quality of the play with "It was okay", Joan thanks her in a very cynical way in the Extended Cut.

1 sec

Joan: "Well, thank you, honey..."




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:38:24
The ocean slightly earlier in the Theatrical Version.

+ 1 sec


00:38:34
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
As compensation, the subsequent shot of Lisa’s dad starts earlier in the Extended Cut.

2 sec




00:40:14
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa’s dad wouldn’t stop asking about her boyfriend.

7 sec

Karl: "No fascinating young men knocking at your door?"
Lisa: "Yeah, very few fascinating young men at my school."




00:40:59
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
A further part of the conversation is missing.

4 sec

Karl: "Give my love to Curtis."
Lisa: "Okay. I can't wait for our trip."
Karl: "Yeah. I think it's gonna be really fun. I really do. I think you're gonna have fun..."




00:41:10
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa says goodbye and puts a cigarette in her mouth plus the dad one more time.

8 sec

Lisa: "Okay. Bye, Dad."
Karl: "Okay. Take care, bye."




At the beginning of the scene with Lisa and Becky, one can hear the neighbors from 00:32:40 talking to each other from window to window in the Extended Cut. We now know that their names are Carol and Larry. But the sound of their conversation gets turned down and it becomes inaudible in order to be able to listen to Becky now.

no difference

Larry: "Hey, Carol?"
Carol: "Yeah?"
Larry: "Did you happen to talk to Jennifer last night?"



00:42:10
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa makes it very clear that she just wants to be left alone. Becky gets up and the following comment is missing in the Theatrical Version.

2 sec

Becky: "I can't believe you just said this to me."




00:42:49
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
After Lisa and Paul started to kiss, the scene continues in the Extended Cut. Paul becomes more passionate and strokes her breast. She draws back, a little dialog follows.

16 sec

Paul: "We're not serious."
Lisa: "Oh, okay."




00:43:10
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa slightly longer.

2 sec


Subsequently Paul’s conversation in the Extended Cut while it gets lost in the party music in the Theatrical Version.

Paul: "I don't know, man. I don't wanna get into it."


00:43:18
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Extended shot of Darren on the floor before he notices Lisa.

3 sec



00:43:32
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa starts strolling up to Darren sooner.

4 sec




00:43:40
Extended Scene Extended Cut incl. Alternate Angle:
Lisa and Darren converge in the hallway but it’s obvious that this is just the aftermath of her drug use.

4 sec

Lisa: "I guess I'm not very consistent."
Darren: "I don't mind."


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:45:21
When Joan leaves the bathroom, there’s a jumpcut in the Theatrical Version – followed by the remaining part of an alternate take (only recognizable when you watch it frame by frame: the position is slightly different). The Extended Cut contains the previous shot without any interruption.

1 sec




00:45:42
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
During the stretching exercises, the Extended Cut sticks with the very same shot. Than it slowly tracks to the other people. The Theatrical Version on the other hand leaves the middle section out and continues with the ending of the scene immediately. A further exercise instruction gets lost that way.

8 sec

Coach: "And then up, under. Right arm up, and a long nice stretch the other side."




00:46:59
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
An exterior shot of the coffee shop starts earlier. There’s inaudible dialog in the background.

7 sec




Different Shots:
00:47:14
Joan wants to know from Lisa whether or not she looks fat in the dress she’s wearing. Now a cut to Lisa in the Theatrical Version, right before the question. In the following, the versions differ for approx. 30 seconds with equal dialog. It’s always the same pattern: the Theatrical Version is intercut, the Extended Cut is not.

no difference


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:48:02
Lisa slightly longer in the Extended Cut (0.8 seconds) because she finishes her comment onscreen. After an identical shot of Joan, the following one of Lisa begins 0.8 seconds earlier in the Theatrical Version – as compensation, if you wanna put it that way.

no difference




00:48:13
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa longer and Joan slightly earlier. Lisa’s comment is longer in the Extended, please see the red-marked part below.

3 sec

Joan: "Yes, okay. It's called an invitation. I'm not pushing anything."




Different Shots:
00:48:34
The frontal shot of Joan is longer in the Theatrical Version, the Extended Cut switches sooner to the distance shot.

no difference


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:50:54
Same here at the end of the discussion.

1 sec



Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:51:14
When Joan and Ramon are on their way to the opera, Joan only hums and haws in the Theatrical Version.
Furthermore, only the end of the shot of them on the sidewalk has been removed from the Extended Cut. Moreover, parts of the dialog are audible during the following scene.

+ 17 sec

Joan: "I don't think I've really gone more than one or two times."
Ramon: "I wish it wasn't Norma, but still it's fun to go."
Joan: What if we went to see something else instead?"
Ramon: "You don't want to hear Norma?"
Joan: "Oh, no, I don't mean that. I just meant, wouldn't it be funny if we walked into one of the other events? Like, what if we just went to see the Daniel Goldfarb play instead?"
Ramon: "I think you will enjoy this."





Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:53:03
Paul earlier on the bed in the Theatrical Version before the phone call. He puts the book aside.

+ 12 sec

Paul: "This is the dumbest book I've ever read."




Different Shots:
00:53:26
The Extended Cut cuts to Paul for quite some time, the Theatrical Version doesn’t. As a result, approx. half a seconds gets lost in the process.

2 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:53:47
The Extended Cut sticks with Paul. One can also hear Lisa’s reaction, see the bold-marked part. In the Theatrical Version, the following shot of Lisa starts earlier.

2 sec

Lisa: "Really? God, I'm so flattered."
Paul: "To what do l owe this inconceivable honor?"


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:54:00
The end of the conversation has been removed from the Extended Cut. Paul also asks for the address. Subsequently a shot of the city.

+ 24 sec

Paul: "Do you wanna give me your address?"
Lisa: "Oh, um... It's 252 West 85th Street."
Paul: "Okay. All right. I'll be there in like a half hour, or more."
Lisa: "Okay."
Paul: "All right. I'll see you."
Lisa: "Bye."




00:54:00
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Alternate introduction to the scene in Darren’s room: exterior shot of his house.

4 sec




The following scene contains entirely different music (the score in the Theatrical Version is playful and calm while it’s a jazzy score in the Extended Cut).




00:54:18
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Darren longer on the phone, then Lisa earlier.

3 sec




Different Shots:
00:54:23
The Theatrical Version cuts earlier from Lisa to Darren plus several partially totally different – only identical for a very few frames (in the Theatrical Version right at the beginning and at the end of the Extended Cut) – shots follow. It’s very suspicious though that Darren’s comments are often offscreen resp. they’re audible during a shot of Lisa while the Extended Cut focuses more on Darren. The dialog is almost the same – there’s just a short additional part at the beginning of the scene in the Extended Cut. (Only this part has been listed and marked red below.)

As mentioned earlier: the score is completely different here.

16 sec

Darren: "What are you up to?"
Lisa: "Hey, nothing. Writing my Lear paper."
(...)
Lisa:"Bye."


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:55:23
After a longer identical shot of Lisa after the end of the conversation, the version continue differently. Again.
At first, the Theatrical Version shows Lisa in front of the mirror for an extended period. Then an alternate tale when she approaches the door to say hi to Darren. In between, the Extended Cut cuts to another profile shot of Darren (he’s not smoking here). The Theatrical Version doesn’t.

4 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:55:57
The Theatrical Version cuts sooner to the following shot. As compensation, the Extended Cut sticks longer to the previous shot.

no difference


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:56:03
Same here. Despite the same dialog, the Extended Cut is slightly longer.

1 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
00:56:41
Extended shot of Lisa and Paul leaving the living room in the Theatrical Version.

+ 1 sec




00:56:41
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Further addional scene in the Extended Cut. Before entering the bedroom, they are located in the kitchen where Paul offers Lisa a beer – as mentioned before. Paul uses the edge of the kitchen counter as bottle opener which has quite a negative impact on the kitchen furniture.

60 sec

Lisa: "Okay. I have no idea where the bottle opener is."
Paul: "Let me have them."
Lisa: "Thanks."
Paul: "Oops, I think I just permanently damaged your kitchen counter. Sorry."
Lisa:: "No, it's okay. Don't worry about it."
Paul: "Won't your mother be upset?"
Lisa:: "How come everything you say always sounds so ironic? You don't even have to do anything, and it iust comes out sounding, like, totally ironic and funny."
Paul: "It's just a gift."
Lisa:: "So, do you want to see my room?"
Paul: "Sure."




00:57:56
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Extended shot plus Lisa makes a comment about her room.

7 sec

Lisa: "And these are my stuffed animals. Always important to meet the stuffed animals."




Different Shots:
00:58:06
The Theatrical Version sticks to the perspective for an extended period while the Extended Cut cuts sooner to the following shot. The dialog remains unchainged though.

+ 1 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:58:40
The Extended Cut sticks to the medium long shot uninterruptedly while the Theatrical Version is intercut by some closer shots plus the equal dialog is partially re-narrated (Lisa seems way more uptight in the Extended Cut).

+ 2 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
00:59:37
The Extended Cuts approx. 1 second earlier to the shot from a further distance. To make it up, the Theatrical Version sticks longer with the first one.

no difference


Theatrical Version Extended Cut





Different Shots:
00:59:49
Same here but the other way around plus the close-up is longer in the Theatrical Version.

+ 2 sec




01:00:31
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The Extended Cut is slightly longer during the transition.

1 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:00:49
The close-up starts earlier in the Theatrical Version which means there is more introductory dialog.

+ 8 sec

Paul: "Are you ready?"
Lisa: "Yeah."




01:02:35
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa earlier.

1 sec




01:02:52
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa’s brother Curtis in front of the tube, then a longer conversation between Lisa and Paul. They’re discussing possible STDs and her “I love you” before his premature ejaculation etc. At the end of the day, she would prefer that Paul goes home. Then she snuggles down in the couch with Curtis.

218 sec

Lisa: "I'm actually kind of mad at you."
Paul: "Why? Why? Because you didn't use birth control?"
Lisa: "I guess so."
Paul: "It was at the ready."
Lisa: "Well, I don't really want to get AIDS, you know, and I really don't want to have an abortion, because I know when you have one at my age, it can be really hard to get pregnant later on, and l definitely want to have children someday."
Paul: "Try to listen to me. You're not gonna get AIDS because I don't have AIDS."
Lisa: "How do you know? Have you been tested?"
Paul: "No, but I'm pretty sure I don't have it because of my demographic. And the odds are you're probably not gonna have to have an abortion either. And since this was your first time, it might as well be a basically happy memory instead of a shitty one."
Lisa: "I'm sorry. I'm not completely in control of my emotions. Anyway, thank you for deflowering me."
Paul: "You're welcome."
Lisa: "Did it Freak you out that I said I love you?"
Paul: "Nope, didn't freak me out."
Lisa: "You don't have to say it back because l know you probably have, like, no feelings at all for me."
Paul: "I think I just proved I have some feelings for you."
Lisa: "You should probably go now."
Paul: "Pass my sweatshirt?"
Lisa: "Yeah."
Paul: "Which way is the door?"
Lisa: "The front door?"
Paul: "Yeah."
Lisa: "I'll walk you out."




Different Shots:
01:06:53
Additional shot of Joan and Ramon in the Extended Cut. Looks like he realizes he doesn’t feel very comfy.
In the Theatrical Version on the other hand, the following exterior shot starts distinctly earlier. All in all, the Theatrical Version is longer than the new scene in the Extended Cut.

+ 3 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Basically, the remaining part of the scene is equal. Except for the dialog. There’s an alteration that explains the previous scene was longer in the Theatrical Version: Ramon’s comment is longer – see the blue-marked part.

Joan: "[...] Why can't they just say 'bravo'?"
Ramon: "Well, it's the plural. It's what they say to acknowledge the ensemble."
Joan: "No, I know it's correct. [...]"




01:07:56
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
After Joan and Roman said goodbye, only the Extended Cut continues with quite a long scene with the group of actors. Group leader Gary criticizes the lack of solidarity and he wants them to talk it out. Subsequently, Lisa has a deep conversation with Darren. She apologizes to him. But it’s still undetermined if she really means it or if it’s just a spontaneous act caused by the group atmosphere. Paul on the other hand makes some stupid comments in the direction of the group leader, he doesn’t take the group too seriously.

274 sec

Floor manager: "Cue 36. Go."
From the off: "Oh, man...
Floor manager: "Okay, hold on a second. Okay, we're gonna do that one more time, please. Let's back it up, please."
Gary: "Now I know there's been a lot of shit going on between a lot of the people in this room. But I want to tell you something. You've worked too fucking hard for this show to be derailed now by the kind of bullshit that I know has been going on around here. Now I bet you there's not one person working on this show who hasn't got somebody they want to say something to, including me, so I'm gonna start. Matthew."
Boy: "By 'Matthew' I assume you mean me."
Gary: "Yes, I mean you."
Boy: "You want me to sit on that little box?"
Gary: "Yes."
Becky: "But it's like I was so jealous of you that I wasn't even there for you when the whole thing happened with that woman. And I'm really sorry if I hurt you. I didn't mean to."
Lisa: "Darren. I know that I'm not who you want me to be to you, and I know how much I've hurt you. But I still can't believe it means we can't be friends anymore. So much has been happening to me this semester, and it's like I can't even talk to you about it because l hurt you so bad."
Darren: "Yes, you can. You can. Of course you can. You can talk to me about anything."
Becky: "I don't love anybody more than I love you. You're practically my best Friend."
Darren: "I love you, too. I really do."
Gary: "Okay, guys. Great. Very good. Leslie."
Leslie: "Can I just say, I think this show is, like, two-and-a-half seconds away from being fucking amazing. And if we can all just work together instead of being at each other all the time, I think we could all just be incredible."
Gary: "Angie."
Angie: "Yeah. I'm gonna say it. I feel really fucked over by some of the people in this room. And I'm not saying I'm not gonna do my job, but for some reason, a lot of the actors in this show seem to think that this whole show is about them. And I think I speak For a lot of the techies when I say I feel really unappreciated, and basically fucked over. And I don't know if I can get over it. I don't. That's it."
Gary: "Okay. Paul."
Paul: "Yeah. I'm just playing in the band, you know. This is high school, you know. I don't really feel a deep need to all be on the same team with everybody. I just wanna show up to rehearsals, do the show, go up on the roof, smoke some pot, like, go on home. I don't really wanna cry and hug anybody."
Gary: "You wanna hug me a little, don't you, Paul?"
Paul: "Hey, Gary, man, I'll give you a little hug. I'll give you a hug. No kissing though."
Gary: "Come on."




Different Shots:
01:12:30
Different shot of Curtis in front of the TV – while the Extende Cut stays static, the Theatrical Version tracks sideways. The following shot of the detective is slightly different as well (his arm position gives it away).
The dialog audible during both scene with Lisa and the detective slighty differ, too. The Extended Cut is a little more detailed.

4 sec

Mitchell: "Accident Investigation, Detective Mitchell."
Lisa: "Hi. My name is Lisa Cohen. I was a witness in a bus accident case a few weeks ago."
Mitchell: "Yeah, hi, Lisa. What can I do for you?"
Lisa: "Well, this is probably gonna sound a little weird, but are you allowed to tell me how to get in touch with that woman's family?"


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:13:00
The Extended Cut doesn’t cut to Lisa but her “I’m ok” is also audible in the Extended Cut (offscreen during the shot of Mitchell).

+ 1 sec




Different Shots:
01:13:18
Only the Theatrical Version cuts to Lisa in between two shots of Mitchell. The middle of the analog scene in the Extended Cut is longer as well (before Mitchell finds the cousin in the file).

no difference




Different Shots:
01:13:35
The Theatrical Version contains a slightly extended shot of Lisa writing down the number. As compensation, the Extended Cut contains an exclusive shot of Mitchell deejaying.
Subsequently, an alternate longer take of Lisa calling Abigail in the Extended Cut. She also dials here, then she swears either because of having dialed the wrong number or because of her persistence. Apart from that, the actual conversation remains unchanged.

19 sec

Lisa: "Fuck me!"
Abigail: "Hello?"
Lisa:: "Yes. (I'm trying to reach Abigail Berwitz?)"


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




01:14:06
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa hesitates for a sec before she mentions her cousin to Abigail.

4 sec

Lisa: "Sorry, yeah."




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:14:32
Close-up of Lisa in the Theatrical Version.

+ 2 sec




01:14:39
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa trivially longer in the Extended Cut.

< 1 sec



Different Shots:
01:14:49
The Extended Cut sticks slightly longer to the close-up when Lisa shuts the door. The distance shot earlier in the Theatrical Version, as compensation.

no difference





01:15:18
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Extended shot of Lisa talking to Abigail before the latter interrupts her. The part in brackets only for the sake of orientation (also in the Theatrical Version).

15 sec

Lisa: "(And do you mind if I ask), was her name Lisa?"
Abigail: "Yes."
Lisa: "Okay, see, that explains it. I think that she thought..."
Abigail: "(Could I iust interrupt?)"




01:15:44
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa sooner and also longer in the Theatrical Version. To make it up, the Extended Cut contains an additional close-up before she gets Emily’s number.
Thereby, the Abigail’s conversation from the off is longer plus the order of particular comments has been changed. Now, Lisa’s apology doesn’t come up until we get to know more about Emily (the relevant part has been marked red).

For the sake of orientation, only two screenshots from the Extended Cut. In the Theatrical Version, the shot shown on the first screenshot is longer at the beginning and end (as already mentioned).

4 sec

Abigail: "I didn't have any kind of relationship with Monica whatsoever. Unless you want to count the fact that she held up my children's inheritance for 15 years. I guess we're supposed to forget about all that now."
Lisa: "I'm sorry..."

Abigail: "The person you should be calling is Emily Morrison, who was Monica's friend. She's the person who's been dealing with all of this in New York."
Lisa: "I had no idea."
Abigail: "It has nothing to do with me. Now, I can give you her number..."




01:16:15
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Extended shot of Lisa writing down the number. Then she says goodbye.

10 sec

Lisa: "Thank you so much. I am so sorry for bothering you. Bye."




Different Shots:
01:16:25
- The exterior shot of the building is different: the Theatrical Version contains one long steady shot while the Extended Cut contains a close-up and then zooms out.
- Subsequent to that, an alternate take of Lisa opening the door. Then Emily welcomes Lisa.
- Emily’s speech starts earlier plus the footage is different during the first two identical comments (first Emily, then the present relatives in the Theatrical Version – it’s the other way around in the Extended Cut).

For the sake of orientation, the identical dialog in the two scenes has been put in brackets.

22 sec

(Emily: "Hi, are you Lisa?"
Lisa: "Yes.")
Emily: "I'm Emily. Well, thank you all for coming."
Frau: "Thank you for doing this, Emily."
Emily: "Thank you. (As most of you know, Monica was not a religious woman.)"


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




01:19:52
Erweiterte Szene im Extended Cut:
The street longer.

8 sec




01:20:37
Additional Scene Extended Cut:
Another very long exterior shot. The camera follows a plane in the sky. In the process, further phone conversations of Lisa are audible from the off. Now, she’s asking about the bus driver. After the number got confirmed, she gives him a ring but she gets scared and hangs up.

72 sec

Lisa: "Hi. Yes, I'm trying to get some information on one oFyour bus drivers. I'm sorry. His name's Gerald Maretti. He drives the 104, I believe. I... No. It's kind of a private matter. I'm sorry. It's not possible for you to confirm the phone number? Okay. M-A-R-E-T-T-I."
Frau am Telefon: "I show nothing for that name in Manhattan."
Lisa: "What about Brooklyn?"
Frau am Telefon: "I show a listing for a Gerard Maretti."
Lisa: "You do?"




01:22:44
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa trivially earlier.

1 sec





Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:22:46
As compensation, the shot of her is longer in the Theatrical Version. She may finish her sentence which means she has the opportunity to interrupt her dad for an extended period.

The text in brackets for the sake of orientation again; also because the meaning has been slightly altered in the Extended Cut.

+ 8 sec

Karl: "(He's not gonna get your attention.)"
Lisa: "(I think he) already knows I like him."
Karl: "Uh-huh? Okay..."
Lisa: "I think I might have spilled the beans on that one."
Karl: "That's okay, because now, (if you stop acknowledging him...)"




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:22:50
When the movie cuts to Lisa again, the beginning of Karl’s comment has been removed.

1 sec

Karl: "(I guarantee you, the guy is going to go berserk) and forget his girlfriend, (unless he's just not interested.)"




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:23:18
The exterior shot of the house starts earlier in the Theatrical Version.

+ 4 sec




01:23:25
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
As compensation, the sceneis half-a-second longer and the subsequent shot of Karl on the porch starts earlier.

4 sec



01:23:35
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Karl longer again (no screens) plus Lisa starts speaking from the off (“So”).

2 sec




Different Shots:
01:23:45

With an introductory „Second of all“, Karl speaks onscreen in the Extended Cut. He says he wanted to contact his attorney. The Theatrical Version sticks with Lisa.

1 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




01:25:24
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The Extended Cut fades to black here. Then it fades in with Lisa in bed.

1 sec




Different Shots:
01:25:32
The Extended Cut sticks with Lisa, she says „Mom?“ onscreen. Then a slow tracking shot to Joan sitting in front of her bed.
The Theatrical Version on the other hand cuts immediately to a calmer shot of Joan. Here, Joan says “mom?” offscreen.

6 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




01:25:49
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
Lisa longer in bed.

5 sec




Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:26:13
The shock effect in Lisa’s dream is different. To be more exact, the effect has been altered by cutting out some footage in the middle.
The Theatrical Version slowly tracks from Lisa’s blood-smeared hands to the top. Suddenly, Monica is standing behind her. The Extended Cut immediately cuts to this perspective. As a result, Lisa gets scared earlier.

+ 2 sec




Different Shots:
01:26:22
After the shot of Lisa’s pad being a few frames longer, there’s an alternate shot of the street with Joan’s poster in the background. The Theatrical Version immediately cuts from the close-up to a subsequent part of the long sequence from the Extended Cut (the camera tracks backwards).

9 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




01:27:08
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The street longer plus the men near the stairs slightly earlier.

3 sec



01:27:16
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
The distance shot starts earlier (before the car passes by).

2 sec



Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:27:21
As compensation, the shot of the car passing by is longer in the Theatrical Version plus the following shot of Lisa starts a bit earlier.

+ 2 sec



Removed Scene Extended Cut:
01:27:23
Lisa leaves the scenery in the Theatrical Version.

< + 1 sec





01:27:37
Extended Scene Extended Cut:
At first, the camera tracks from the street to Lisa approaching in the back.

8 sec




Different Shots:
01:27:48
After a slighty extended shot of Lisa in the Extended Cut (almost 1 sec), the versions contain a different shot of them in front of the front door. The Theatrical Version contains a close-up, the Extended Cut.

1 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
01:27:55
When Lisa rings the bell, the Theatrical Version cuts to a shot of them from behind while the Extended Cut sticks to the previous angle. After the ringing the bell, the Extended Cut switches the perspective as well.

1 sec


Theatrical Version Extended Cut




Different Shots:
01:28:03
The Extended Cut contains a longer close-up of them in front of the door. To make it up, the following shot starts earlier in the Theatrical Version.

2 sec
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