To be able to release Tenet very calmly in the United Kingdom, Christopher Nolan had to eliminate a scene of violence against a woman.
Christopher Nolan can't stop being upset. After much delay and uncertainty, Tenet has finally managed to set its theatrical release. But a new setback endangers the film's collection: the age rating. In the first instance, and according to Film Stories, the British Board of Film Classification would have given 'Tenet' a recommendation for those over 15 years of age, which Warner needs to lower to 12 to attract a greater volume of public to theaters, the family.
The production company has therefore made the decision to eliminate, or censor depending on how you look at it, a scene from Tenet in which a male character beats a woman. It's only a few minutes, but the violence of that fight raised the rating and they have enough to make a premiere so limited around the world as to dispense with the family audience and children between 12 and 15 years old. It has also been confirmed that in reuno Unido the duration of the film will be 149 minutes and 50 seconds.
Piracy is another drama
In addition to COVID, possible spoilers and the age rating, piracy is another of the great concerns regarding the performance of the movie Tenet, especially given the impossibility of a simultaneous and world premiere. As reported by Variety, in Spain some cinemas will reinforce security against recordings by imposing an added physical distancing that makes surveillance easier.
Finally, after so many setbacks and problems, the long-awaited Tenet opens in theaters on August 26. Christopher Nolan's very promising new film stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh and Michael Caine. While we wait, the first reactions ensure that the film is masterful.
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