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I need a TV/Pg13 ver The Patriot
Old 10-11-2016, 12:53 PM
 
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Has anyone found an age appropriate TV/PG13 version of the movie The Patriot. It would be shown to Middle School students. I am only finding the R rated version but I hear that there may be an edited version.


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Rated R
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I can only find the rated-R version. It is R rated mainly due to the graphic nature of the battles. I send a permission form home for students to watch the R version. I have never had a parent deny the request.
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R-Rated
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Regardless of the reasons a movie is rated R, our district does not allow R rated movies to be shown at the middle school level, even with permission slips. Period.

I did a cursory search: did you try "purified pictures.com"? There was also an article (https://mormonlifehacker.com/rent-ed...movie-service/) that suggested vidangel. It dealt with filters, which I don't really understand, but perhaps you do.

Good luck. It's a good movie, and would be great to show while studying the Revolution.
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I didn't find one either
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We ended up watching The Crossing with Jeff Daniels as Washington. It was still a period piece that depicted how tough they had it and the kinds of things they faced but it was a narrow view of just the Crossing of the Delaware and Battle of Trenton.

It has some cursing but nothing too bad.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0210628/?ref_=fn_al_tt_3

It was a made for TV movie from 2000(? I think...)
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Maybe this would work...
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I found this on ebay ~ not sure if this is what you are looking for, but if you scroll down it mentions the types of edits made.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/The-Patriot-...-/262361269763


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Could you possibly substitute
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Johnny Tremain or April Morning? The first is "Disneyfied," but even that could lead to great classroom discussions. You public library likely has copies of both of these, or can find them in their county systems.
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I originally watched that movie in Singapore and couldn't figure out why it was rated R, then I remembered that movies are censored there. :-)
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