Netflix has tweeted a response to the uproar, stating that they did not edit the film and that they were supplied with a version of the film featuring an alternate ending to the one familiar to people in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
'We are getting to the bottom of it asap'.
The film follows Noah and Allie as they fall in love in the 1940's.
"apparently some films have more than one ending?!"
"The story is narrated in the present day by an elderly man called "Duke" to a fellow nursing home patient, before we discover that he is the older Noah, and she is Allie, who can not remember Noah because she has dementia".
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For those already well versed with director Nick Cassavetes' adaptation of the bestselling book by Nicholas Sparks, it meant they were deprived of watching the couple die in one another's arms after Allie remembers her devoted husband.
The final shot of them dead in the bed has been replaced with a shot of birds flying over a lake.
Following the backlash, Netflix have taken to Twitter to explain exactly what's happened. "Hey, it's a different ending; you're definitely going to have an opinion on it one way or the other". This needs to be sorted.
Netflix users have been left fuming after discovering that the streaming site has changed the ending of popular tearjerker The Notebook. Is this the start pf censoring gone mad in this country? But changing movie endings seems like something that is outside of the realm of Netflix's power.
"I like the original film!"