Christopher Nolan, he states, did not use a single CGI frame in “Oppenheimer“, however, computer graphics were still required.
In order for the film to be allowed to be released in the Middle East and India, the creators had to cover the bare skin at the post-production stage Florence Pugh in one of the scenes with a black dress, finished with CGI.
To secure release in those regions, sources say a censored version of the film is being shown with overlays of digital clothing that covers Florence Pugh’s character’s naked body. It is noted that the edits were made in accordance with normal business practice so that the film could be released in certain territories.
Recall that “Oppenheimer” became the first work of Christopher Nolan in almost 20 years, which received an adult age rating R. The tape started in theaters on July 21 and for the first weekend collected more than $ 174 million around the world.
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