Netflix changed the end of the romantic drama The Notebook in the UK from its sad end to a happier exit.
Fans of the romantic plot "The Notebook" were left outraged when they realized that the Netflix version of the game in the UK missed the end of the film for a less distracting outcome. The 2004 film includes an adult man who remembers the love story of a young couple. Noah played Ryan Gosling and Ali, played by Rachel McAdams. The end reveals the character of Gosling as a much older person reading a diary of his wife who has dementia.
In the last scene, the couple shares their last breath in bed. The UK version, however, is distinguished by the couple holding their hands while the birds fly over the lake. "The Notebook" remains the highest rated romantic drama and is credited with the hardening of the careers of Gosling and McAdams.
The change made movie fans join social media to get their disappointment. Many thought the change of heartbeat was unnecessary and passed the original version.
"I'm not big in romantic movies but I've seen #thenotebook and @netflix what you did is not good that graduation is beautiful I hope in my marriage so when I finally eat dirt I can go with the one I love, do not dare to take it, put it back! "wrote a Twitter user
Netflix did not respond immediately to Fox News request for comment late Tuesday" The Notebook "is expected to be released in the platform of the streaming service on Friday
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