Footage Of Dead Soldiers In 'Redacted' Censored
The veteran director's anti-war film initially ended with a harrowing photo collection of real life fatalities, which De Palma hoped would help convey the true horrors of the conflict - which are largely ignored by the American media.
However, the identities of the victims have been disguised in the final cut of the film-maker's moving montage - over concerns a relative would watch the movie and file suit against the producers.
He tells British magazine Empire, "The insurance companies (didn't want their faces shown). They think that a relative of a dead baby will see the movie in the theater and be so distressed that they'll bring a lawsuit against us."
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