posted on Oct, 18 2010 @ 04:04 PM
i have been following developments on that movie from its beginnings, unfortunately I don't think it would have been shut down by TPTB but by,
A. A lack of money to finish the product. Loads of paperwork, hopeful financing and country tax credits needed to be obtained to have the money to
B. Lack of co-production companies coming on board willing to invest in the project especially if filmed in different locations.
C. and this is the hardest part, convincing a distributor that your film has a market out there and them putting millions into P&A (publishing and
There are many steps that need to be accomplished before your film hits movie screens, or even DVD for that matter. So personally, I don't think it
had to do with censoring as much as Jaguar films needing to retire the 'viral' and 'buzz' marketing they wanted to create with a product that will
not see the light of day in the time line they originally had set for it.
Gives your company a bad name. Too bad, I really wanted to see how that would have turned out.
That being said, since the movie doesn't seem to have a relevance with current events, it does not mean it won't see the light of day in the future,
especially with that much work having gone into it.