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Most home-video releases give you the choice: DVD or Blu-ray.
The release of the documentary "Sons of Perdition," about teens exiled from Warren Jeffs' FLDS Church, comes with a choice: Full of swears or Utah nice.
The movie was given an R rating by the MPAA for its adult language. The DVD (which arrives Tuesday, Nov. 29, on Oprah Winfrey's OWN Documentary Club label) presents the movie with that language intact but also offers an audio option that bleeps out the bad words.
"We understood that a large audience, including teenagers, wouldn't be able to view the film due to the strong language. But we wanted to give everyone a chance to see this powerful story," said co-director Tyler Measom in a statement. "The story is essentially the same, just without the cuss words."