This article contains spoilers for A Star Is Born
A Star Is Born is getting a new rating in New Zealand after complaints that the ending was too triggering for some.
The Oscar hopeful starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga has left some fans down under distressed after a scene near the end shows Cooper’s character dying by suicide. This led to David Shanks, the head of film classification in New Zealand, to add another warning to the film’s rating, according to The Guardian.
“Many people in New Zealand have been impacted by suicide,” he said. “For those who have lost someone close to them, a warning gives them a chance to make an informed choice about watching.”
The movie is already rated M — suitable for 16 years and older — and warned of “sex scenes, offensive language and drug use.” Because of Shanks, the rating will now also include “suicide” as a warning.