All men edited out of Saving Private Ryan as parody of sexist Last Jedi bootleg

All men edited out of Saving Private Ryan as parody of sexist Last Jedi bootleg
Photo credit: Paramount Pictures

A new version of Steven Spielberg's classic Saving Private Ryan has been uploaded online with one major factor erased from it: Men.

The video has been released as a parody of the 'de-feminised' edit of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which has been widely mocked online this week.

The original version of Saving Private Ryan had a running time of 169 minutes - without men, it lasts less than three.

"In response to the [Men's Rights Activist] douche who edited all the women out of The Last Jedi, I decided to edit all of the men out of Saving Private Ryan," said Twitter user @LoganJames, who published the de-masculinised edit.

His version of the classic war film is very peaceful.

In a follow-up tweet, however, he said that Men's Rights Activists were angry with his work - so went ahead and made a 90 second version of Shawshank Redemption that also has all men removed.

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