Studio 54 - Director's Cut at Berlin Film Festival
At the end of the 90's, a German marketing campaign for the film Studio 54 created a scandal and a look at the poster should be enough to puzzle together why that was the case. Even more scandalous was the way the producers treated Mark Christopher's film that deals with the infamous New York discotheque Studio 54. Against his will, the star-studded film (e.g. Michael Meyers, Salma Hayek and the back then much sought-after Neve Campbell and Ryan Phillippe) was massively shortened and ended up being a flop.
On the upcoming Berlin film festival, the director could present his Director's Cut what could possibly resemble the version that was screened at at least one festival before the heavily altered theatrical cut was distributed. Maybe that eventually leads up to a new Blu-ray release (and possibly even a different perception) of the film.
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