Jeffrey Dean Morgan's latest thriller Fall, was forced to remove every single F-bomb in order to get a lower rating.
Becky and Hunter decide to climb an abandoned radio tower, only to find themselves faced with the elements with no hope of regaining their place.
As the two friends fear for their lives, the scenes were naturally filled with all manner of expletives.
Scott Mann explained how he was forced to adapt the film into a PG-13 film in a behind-the-scenes featurette.
"We're not a huge tentpole," he said of a film like this. "We don't have the time, nor do we have the resources," according to Variety.
"What really saved this film and brought it to a wider audience was technology."
Virginia Gardner, a Hunter actress, admitted that she didn't know if the film was R or PG-13. So I said the F-word so many times I think Scott wanted to kill me in post [production] when we were attempting to get a PG-13 rating.
To fulfill Lionsgate's requirement, the system itself, which was developed by London business Flawless, substituted more than 30 swear words.
Grace Caroline Currey, a Becky actor who reprises Mary Bromfield in this December's Shazam! Fury of the Gods, could not help but notice that her performances had been shortened.
"As far as I know, every movement my mouth made in that film was made by my mouth," she said.
On Friday, September 2, fall will be released in UK cinemas.