Watched CAROL on a plane & they edited it so the main characters never even kiss. Booooooo.Two women kissing is fine for planes. — Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) August 3, 2016
BTW my seatmate totally watching something where Paul Giamatti was participating in BDSM w/ a lady but CAROL had no kissing!? VERY MAD. — Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) August 3, 2016
In a statement to Entertainment Weekly Delta Airlines said that the reason they showed the edited film was because the studio supplied them with two versions. An unedited version that included nudity and the edited one that cut the nudity as well as the kissing. They said: "If we were worried about kissing we wouldn't be showing the film in the first place, but because there are scenes with more than a few seconds of nudity, we opted for the edited version instead of the theatrical version." Phyllis Nagy, Carol's screenwriter, stated that American Airlines and United Airlines show the original, unedited versions of the film.
This is not dirty pic.twitter.com/zDOZMDIGXS— Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) August 3, 2016
@trishbendix @Delta domestic airlines that took the theatrical rather than edited version: American and United. — Phyllis Nagy (@PhyllisNagy) August 4, 2016Carol has been voted as the best LGBT film "of all time" by film experts. More stories: Meet the out and proud gay men representing their country at the Rio Olympic Games Carly Rae Jepsen talks new music, Brighton Pride, and why she’s become the queen of f**king everything