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Re: Beastars on Netflix
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2020, 01:06:27 pm »
Totally disappointed with the  version of Beastars on Netflix. It's been censored. There is one word that's spoken by Legosi that is so important to the rest of the story. Not only was that word changed but even his reaction to saying it was edited out of the video.  Really was trying to get around everything else. Seeing that was my breaking point. Why do they dumb things down for American audiences?

I'm glad I watched it online before it came to Netflix. You're right cause I've realized a lot has been censored out which is hella dumb. I have no clue why they have to censor everything
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Re: Beastars on Netflix
« Reply #26 on: March 16, 2020, 02:44:24 pm »
Totally disappointed with the  version of Beastars on Netflix. It's been censored. There is one word that's spoken by Legosi that is so important to the rest of the story. Not only was that word changed but even his reaction to saying it was edited out of the video.  Really was trying to get around everything else. Seeing that was my breaking point. Why do they dumb things down for American audiences?

I'm glad I watched it online before it came to Netflix. You're right cause I've realized a lot has been censored out which is hella dumb. I have no clue why they have to censor everything

Censoring almost anything from overseas has been going on for decades or longer. Anything aimed at children is particuarly censored. WE MUST PROTECT THE CHILDREN! is the usual rallying cry. Sometimes, the censoring comes from parent groups, or it may be church and religious groups, or it may be the government, or even Hollywood, or book publishers.
But.........sometimes it may not be censoring at all, but rather something got "lost in the translation" so to speak. ;)
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Re: Beastars on Netflix
« Reply #27 on: March 17, 2020, 04:47:03 am »
As it stands this show isn't meant for children. Not with all the sex and violence the American version has. I watched it wondering who Loui is. In both the manga and anime Louis is a conceded jerk. With a ego and a chip on his shoulder.  Loui however seems to have it all. Friends and popularity. They edited this character to be someone likable. Really glad I have access to both the dubbed version and manga.
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