Airplane Edits

Saturday, March 24, 2001

Airplane passengers are a captive audience and airlines take care to have their films edited to avoid offending their passengers - unless the passengers are flying Virgin Atlantic. Film distributor Jeff Klein of Jaguar Distributions gives Brooke the inside story on the airplane edit and Sarah Evans of Virgin Atlantic Airlines explains the virtues of showing unedited films.

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