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300 Trailer #1

original title: 300


  • US Trailer
  • German Trailer
Release: Feb 03, 2010 - Author: Jim - Translator: Tony Montana - external link: IMDB
With "300" a further film, based on a comic series by Frank Miller, was released in 2007. In opposite to Sin City this film is based on the battle of Thermopylae where 300 Spartans and some confederates fought with an army of more than 100,000 Persians.

Before the film was released a trailer was available (as usual). The German Trailer was uncensored, but astonishingly the US wasn't.

If nothing else's mentioned, the images on the left are from the uncensored version and the images on the right belong to the censored version. The German Trailer is darker than the US trailer, that's why the images of both versions look different. The time index concerns to the German Version. Alltogether there are differences in 4 scenes (the MPAA logo is unconsidered).
The US rating of the trailer ("The following preview has been approved for all audiences by the Motion Picture Association Of America"), which appears before the logos, doesn't pop up in the German Version.

4 sec

The German Version shows a boy hitting another boy's face pretty badly. There's blood in the face and on the ground. The part where the boy gets hit and the blood splatters, is shown in slow motion.
In the US Version a boy with raised fists is shown.

No difference

When one of the Persian soldiers gets killes by a rhinoceros, the blood is very dark in the US Version, almost black. The result is that it's hard to recognize. In opposite to that it can be recognized very easily in the German Version because it's (in the true sense of word) blood-red. (Unfortenately it's hard to see here due to the small image.)

No difference

Alternate shot of Leonidas getting laid with his wife.

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The German Version shows some Spartans holding one of their screaming soldiers, the US Version shows Leonidas getting rid of the arrows in his shield.

No difference