Director Bong Joon-ho Talks The Weinstein Company snowpiercer


A few weeks ago, we reported that U.S. distributor The Weinstein Company was forcing directorBong Joon-ho to trim twenty minutes out of his hit South Korean film, Snowpiercer, to make it more palatable to U.S. audiences.  It was an insult to both to Bong and to us especially sinceSnowpiercer may be a smart movie (I don’t know, I haven’t seen it), but at the very least, Americans should be able to understand the premise of a train traveling through a frozen, post-apocalyptic wasteland, and there’s a revolution brewing among the poorer passengers.  Nevertheless, Harvey Weinstein wants twenty minutes gone and opening and closing voiceovers. Read More...


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