ANSWERS: 3
  • Most often, to make a specific MPAA rating.
  • Money. Plain and simple. The longer a film is, the less times they can run it, so they cut it. If a film has an R rating, it doesnt do as well as it could with a PG13 rating, so they cut it. When you put something out with "version not seen in theaters" people buy it up. And on DVD they dont have to worry about time constraints or ratings, as most directors cuts are unrated.
  • money, longer film costs more

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