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    An anonymous person has removed all the scenes with women in the hit movie Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and uploaded the 46-minute cut version to Pirate Bay. The real version is 2 hours and 32 minutes.

    The entire role of resistance admiral Amilyn Holdo, played by Laura Dern, has been erased in "The Last Jedi: De-Feminized Fanedit, aka "The Chauvinist Cut" made by an alleged Star Wars fan.

    The roles of other female characters of The Star Wars: The Last Jedi, including Princess Leia and Rose Tico, were also redacted in The Chauvinist Cut.

    The uninvited revised version of the movie has already prompted a mixed reaction among Twitter users.

    The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson responded to the film's new version with humor.

    He was echoed by many other Twitter users, who took a tongue-in-cheek attitude to The Chauvinist Cut.

    Some users decided to pay kudos to the Internet troll who they claim is behind the no-girls-allowed version of the Last Jedi.

    However, others harshly criticized The Chauvinist Cut, urging the authors of the project to stop being angered about women starring in movies.


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