We Watched a Unrated Fifty Shades of Grey: Every Single Change from a …
May 8, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Among a many promises a Blu-ray front brings is an unrated chronicle of a strange film, that adds an additional 3 mins and 16 seconds to a runtime. Curious? We watched a plain ol’ R-rated book side by side with a unrated one, and documented each singular change between a dual (while sipping on Fifty Shades-branded wine, of course).
Below, find a extensive list of each additional tidbit, down to a second. But we advise you, a unrated chronicle isn’t scarcely as disobedient as we hoped. (And no, we do not get to see some-more of Jamie Dornan.)
The initial change came during a stage where Christian (Dornan) “rectifies” Ana’s (Dakota Johnson) situation, that is, he takes her virginity. We got an additional shot of Ana’s breasts (already on distinguished arrangement in a film) and one extra, er, hip suit from Christian before a camera pans adult to his creepy above-bed mirror.
While pushing Ana home, Christian stops by a lake for a discerning discuss about his contract. For whatever reason, his debate changes ever so somewhat in a unrated version. And we get another additional shot of Ana creation mooneyes.
As Christian reads his agreement in voice-over, we get an additional shot of Ana celebration with her co-workers while Christian intones about how his cooperative will “not splash to excess.” There’s also one additional shot of her jogging while Christian drones on about earthy activity.
After going for a run, Ana is astounded by Christian, who’s mad she attempted to get absolved of him (Learn to take a joke, Christian!). In this sweaty sex scene, we once again get another integrate additional shots of Ana and Christian.
Did we ever consternation how Ana got home from her graduation? The unrated book answers this question: Christian gathering her there.
Now we’re talking! This stage (set to Beyoncé’s fanciful slowed-down chronicle of “Crazy in Love”) shows Christian regulating his roving stand on Ana’s, erm, crotch, and on her behind a small bit more.
Ana and Christian sell texts as she gets on a craft to revisit her mom. It’s sweet, though decidedly lacking in a income shot.
The biggest change of all comes during a two-hour mark. In a strange movie, a film ends with Ana removing on an conveyor and withdrawal Christian behind. The unrated version, however, facilities an swap finale that shows Ana mostly only great a lot.