3 Days to Kill (2014)
Frequently Asked Questions
Even though Besson's work are usually shot based on the viewing habits of an European audience and then being censored for the more lucrative "PG-13" rating, 3 Days to Kill has written "PG-13" all over it from the very beginning. Sure, there has been released obligatory Unrated Version but additional violence can barely be found. The most significant censored scene is the one at the strip club. Other than that, the differences usually affect the story or dialogs. To get an impression of the movie, the Theatrical Version will do the trick because the 5 minutes of new footage could be called anything but elementary. Nonetheless, one would rather watch the most complete version of a movie.
Apart from the Extended Cut that is 5 minutes longer, there's an unexpected third version of the film.(e.g. on the German and French Blu-ray).