A Star Is Born Gets New Trigger Warning In New Zealand
"Star was born" is currently released in New Zealand with a trigger warning because of a Bradley Cooper story "Jackson Man".
Suicide has affected many people in New Zealand, said Shanks of The Guardian . For those who have lost someone close to them, a warning gives them the opportunity to make an informed choice regarding viewing. According to The Guardian's report , the police support for victims in New Zealand shared that two young men were seriously called by the conclusion of a film in which hero Bradley Cooper hanged himself after a battle with alcoholism. According to the report, the Mental Health Foundation also filed separate complaints about the classification card index.
The Star of Cooper is a remake of the 1976 film starring Barbra Streisand and Chris Kristofferson, who himself is a remake of the 1954 film starring Judy Garland and James Mason. The male leader always plays older, more famous artists, and he dies in every version. In 1976, he was involved in a car accident, and in the 1954 version, Mason's character enters the ocean and drowns himself.
No one should enter the screening " Star of the Motherland", without waiting for the feeling of some things. But, despite the fact that this is the fourth remake of the film, not everyone is ready for how raw this ending is. That's why New Zealand added a mental health alert to the show for Bradley Cooper and the likely winner of Oscar Lady Gaga, as reported by The Guardian .
The first complaint concerned the support of the police victims who reported that they responded to two vulnerable young people who were seriously affected by this scene.
After complaints from viewers, the New Zealand Film Classification Commission demanded that the movie screen with a warning about suicide - two teenagers reported that it was caused by the content of its final scenes. The mental health commission also complained to the commission.
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