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  1. Takao

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    It's not uncensored, but the "Director's Cut". More of what the director wanted the film to be, as opposed to what went over better with test audiences - scenes added, scenes deleted, dialogue changed, etc. The Director's Cut is not always better. For PH, several changes have been made, but only 69 seconds added to the film time.

    Differences in the Theater Release & Director's Cut.
    Pearl Harbor (Comparison: Theatrical Version - Director's Cut) - Movie-Censorship.com

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    For me, it was the quality of the movie. Just kept noticing little things, like the basic training camp and the like. They played a little loose with the story. By the time they got to Okinawa, he was already well respected by his company for his actions on Saipan.
     
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    Well Many shouted there was no blood. Here you have it in the director's cut.
     
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    hello for me the best film about bv2 is Stalingrad 1993, it conveys the whole atmosphere of that time that the soldiers felt from different sides, good acting, the film seems to take the viewer to the place of the event
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    Not worth a crap to be honest.
     
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    Great film. agreed.
     

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