‘Dragon Tattoo’ Shows Too Much Skin for India
India may be the world’s biggest democracy, but it has a little something to learn about free expression. Film censors have banned the Hollywood version of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” because of three sexual and/or violent scenes.
Director David Fincher refused to cut the offending sequences and Sony Pictures respected his decision.
Fincher’s version, which was released in December, is the second film adaptation of the Stieg Larsson book, originally titled “Men Who Hate Women.”
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