1. Blade Runner - Ridley Scot made a version that the producers did not
like. The movie producers changed the ending and added a voice-over
narration. This was released in the theatres. Years later, Ridley Scot
came out with his 'director's cut' version that had his original ending and
did not have the voice-over narration.
2. The Last Emperor - Bernardo Bertolucci's original version of this film
was almost 4 hours long but it was cut down to under 3 hours. A couple of
years ago, the director's cut came out with all the scenes that were cut out
the first time.
Rockhurst University Greenlease Library
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Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2000 8:59 AM
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Subject: Director's Cut question
Can someone please explain what is meant by the term "Director's Cut"?
How is this different from a non-director's cut version of a video?
I apologize if this was discussed before (I think it was, but I just
Thanks for your help.
-- Jim Mumm Acquisitions / Serials Librarian Marquette University Law Library firstname.lastname@example.org 414-288-5351 414-288-5914 FAX