I've owned my copy of the DVD edition of Curtis Hanson's Wonder Boys ever since it was released. But I only got around to screening it two or three weeks ago. That is, I was going to screen it until I saw a pre-credit screen informing me that the presentation I was about to see had been "edited for content." Pardon me? It has been years since I ordered the disc, but I would not have spent money on a DVD containing an edited-for-content film. I also hit "Stop" when I saw the "edited-for-content" line and put the disc back into its case. Thinking that a return to the online store from whom I purchased the disc might clarify matters, I instead learned that the film is about to be rereleased on DVD at a bargain-basement price. Nowhere in the descriptive copy was there any information regarding separate versions of the film. So, can anyone here kindly explain what the deal is with the DVD edition I purchased? (The box art indicates an R rating, by the way.) Thanks.