Listen, I'm not here to argue whether there is a novel by Nicolas Spars in 2004 Notebook in which the main roles are Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling, is not a good movie But, in order to cut the last minute of the film and change into a relatively dispassionate prelude to loans in which a flock of birds plays, it seems that you are probably a scumbag.
This was evident An alternative end congratulated the audience who tried to broadcast the film on Netflix in the UK, as confirmed by Netflix UK and Ireland Twitter account on Wednesday. In an attempt to assure the audience that it was not very disappointed with the love story of Alla and Noah, the bill itself wrote the following:
So, to be clear, and after a series of messages on the contrary, Netflix claims that he did not edit the movie. Indeed, alternative endings of popular films often exist. But even Sparks does not seem to know what's going on here, arguing that he learned about this alternative end just like everyone else. And while we know that the films of Netflix cultures, completely cutting relatively harmless (though tears) ending seems unlikely and bizarrely ambitious.
So what is happening here? It is possible that this was a reduction intended for another international market, because movies sometimes changed in somewhat different ways to expand their appeal (or, conversely, to be able to censor them). Pride and Prejudice as one of the most striking examples, received much less freedom in the American continent than through the pond. Perhaps Notebook is another such a case?
It sounds that Netflix itself investigates, but we turned to the company and get up to date if we hear.
A laptop will arrive in the United States in March. Netflix assured that the US audience would be able to cuddle cries as they remember.