So, I'm going to address an inherent problem with Identify This X questions, and the reasons why we want as much detail as possible.
If the asker only remembers one scene from the movie, and doesn't remember anything else about the movie, either when it was filmed, when they saw it, etc, the scope that the movie falls in is huge. Just in 2016, Hollywood released well over 200 films. And this number doesn't include independent films or other countries. It also doesn't include TV releases.
So, by posting question without the country of origin, even with a date range, is asking for someone to have specifically seen one movie out of possible thousands. The chances are small that someone will straight up remember this. However, the question in particular got lucky.
So, as a measure of quality, we want ID questions to answer as many of the who, what, when, where, how, etc. as much as possible. Doing so allows us to narrow down our research. For example, with this question, I had enough information to start a more restricted search. I looked through a list, read through some descriptions, and got lucky enough to find it. I wouldn't have been able to do that if the question hadn't been so detailed.
We also have another issue with ID questions, is that they are ridiculously simple to ask if we don't force the askers to provide as much detail. We get roughly 10 of these types of questions a day, and most of them STILL don't meet the requirements we have set up, because new people generally see "hey, they allow id questions, I'll post this really vague memory I have" without reading what we require in the question, so they get put on hold and they usually don't come back to clean up their question
And I will say this, we are unceremoniously rude to ID questions as a community, and I personally think we need to be a lot better about it. There is a bit of a schism in the community as to ID questions, and new people are getting caught in it.
However, it does get exhausting when you're trying to prompt people to add more information so that their question meets site requirements. Some people play ball, some people get mad that they got challenged on what THEY perceived to be on-topic for the site.
So, to circle back to the particular question at hand. It has 2 plot points and a date range, but doesn't tell the country of origin, the language it was in, whether is was animated or live action, if you saw it on tv or in theatre, etc.
And here's another thing, a question that's put on hold can still be reopened if it gets edited to the point where it's of high enough quality for the site. Also, if the question has an upvoted answer, it won't be deleted off of the site by the automatic process. So, the question will stay, but has a mark that says "this isn't of high enough quality for the site".