(answer will be published in this blog as well)
I flew yesterday on Air France from Paris CDG to Amman in Jordan. I was very pleased with the quality of service ranging from excellent food to good quality blankets. I was very positively surprised when I was offered Stephen Frears' Oscar-nominee film The Queen as an in-flight film.
I have seen the film before and was quite surprised when I noticed that words 'God' and 'homosexual' were silenced from the film.
I would be very curious to know what is the reason for this as this for instance destroyed the following piece of dialogue completely:
Queen's Private Secretary:"But you have to realise that she has been brought up to believe that it is God's will that she is in the position."
Tony Blair:"I think we should leave God out of this."
As a frequent passenger of Flying Blue/KLM-Air France, I would highly appreciate an answer indicating the reason for this policy.
With kind regards,
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