Image tags question for an Official Rep.

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Was the following update rejected because the photo was submitted through an IMDbPro/resume account?


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Because, data-wise I'm correct and the person who declined it as "Not enough evidence" is incorrect.  :)
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IMDb Employee for a possible "look see" please.
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Hi Carter -

I can see that the poster image is now displayed on the title page and linked to the cast names: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2375589/mediaviewer/rm564013312

Cheers!
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Hi, Michelle. The poster has been there for some time, possibly years. What my update concerned was the image guidelines:

Name Tags
Tagging Names
If a person's face is clearly seen in an image, you can tag that image with the person's IMDb 'name page'.

Only the two stars of the film, Miles Szanto and Daniel Webber appear. So, I sent not one but two updates to un-tag cinematographer Bonnie Elliott, writer-director Craig Boreham, and lead actress Charlotte Best, none of whom appear in the image. Both updates were rejected. I missed the reason on the first rejection, but the reason given the second time around was "Not enough evidence."

Once again, the image contains only the two actors I named above...no females, and no above-the-line or behind-the-lens people.

[Edited: And I'm confused why this was marked "Answered," it isn't resolved.]
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