Because I refuse to watch movies on TV and rarely go to the theater, sometimes I end up seeing good movies for the first time many years after their release. So, I'm watching the The Big Chill - 15th Anniversary edition and enjoying the flick. Even more unexpected were the interesting extras and interviews, which tend to be sparse on catalog releases. But during the interviews, the director talks about a deleted flashback sequence which shows the characters during their formative years. I recall the director saying the scene was shoot at a college location with 60's hair and makeup. As far as I could tell, the function of this sequence was to provide an idealist contrast to their disillusioned adult lives. More importantly, the viewer would get a chance to see the Alex character who is referenced constantly in the movie and was still alive in the flashback. This was also an early role for Kevin Costner and would be of interest to many, I'm sure. So, I'm happily watching the montage of numerous and somewhat trivial deleted sequences waiting of the one sequence that the director had specifically mentioned.... Guess what, it's not included! Does anyone know what happened?