What Warnings Do You Want On In-Flight Movies?

Virgin Atlantic has attracted a lot of attention this week after announcing that it would provide “weepie warnings” on in-flight movies liable to leave the audience in tears. What kind of information would you like before picking a flick on a flight?

I can’t imagine needing a crying warning, since I rarely watch movies on planes without knowing a little about them. Aside from the standard “this movie has been edited for in-flight viewing”, I’m not sure there’s much else I’d want to know apart from the cast list and director. What information would you like to see? Tell us in the comments.

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