Sex, pork, and plane crashes: who censors inflight movies, and why?
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June 20, 2019 - by Alex Godfrey for telegraph.co.uk
The in-flight revolution has been swift and seismic.
Only a few years ago we were stuck watching one film supplied to us on one screen, all of us at the same time, and it was hell.
Travelling on long-haul flights today gives you the opportunity to create loopy mini-film festivals: for hours on end we watch movies we never ordinarily would, drinking alcohol at times we never should, weeping indiscriminately at mediocre films (thanks to lower oxygen levels, and quite possibly the alcohol).
The in-flight entertainment industry is hellbent on spoiling us, and the engine running it is immense.
The first commercial airline flew across Florida in 1914, and screen entertainment began just seven years...