Inside Out - Worldwide Adjustments For Pixar Movie
Inside Out is Pixar's newest film and - without surprise - it's a huge success. Much work is put into an animated movie like this and so it's also no surprise that the studio is considerate when it comes to cultural differences in other markets where the film comes out.
This can partly be seen when comparing the trailers for the film. Most notable is the scene in which the father's feelings take a break by thinking about sport. In the US, they watch a hockey game while the UK version features a soccer game - a sport that is massively popular in most of Europe. A little more special is a scene in which the daughter is confronted with vegetables she doesn't like. While most countries will see that scene with broccoli that is not received well by the girl, the Japanese viewers will get to see that scene with green paprika which is probably liked even less by kids over there.
A more detailed comparison will have to be made in the future in order to check whether there might be even more differences than these. It's no censorship but more of an interesting aspect on how movies sometimes are slightly tailored to the diverse markets they are released in.
Release: Aug 04, 2015 - Author: sausagemoo81 - Translator: Mike Lowrey - Source: Reddit