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Post time 2013-9-6 11:06:15 |Display all floors
Chinese movies struggle to lure overseas fans

Chinese films have been losing the plot in terms of revenue overseas despite box office success at home, industry specialists say.
China’s box office receipts this year hit 15 billion yuan ($2.4 billion) by September, while revenue for last year was 17 billion yuan, said Luan Guozhi, vice-president of the State Film Bureau.
Luan was addressing a keyn ...

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Post time 2013-9-6 11:06:16 |Display all floors
The story plot of Chinese films from china are very bad and cheezy.  If you want to be recognized.  Then, china had better ask NICELY to a Taiwan director by the name of Lee Ang.  Lee Ang, won two Oscars.  Lee is the only person in all of Asia than can make movies correctly.

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Post time 2013-9-6 11:11:02 |Display all floors
The story plot of Chinese films in china are very bad and cheezy.  If china wants to their films to be recognized.  Then china needs to ask NICELY to a foreign country of Taiwan and their director of Lee Ang.  Lee won two Oscars in Hollywood.  He is only person in asia who won Oscars and can change china's film industry.

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Post time 2013-9-6 12:50:36 |Display all floors
Ang Lee made Lust, Caution in China.  How well did that do in foreign markets?

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Post time 2013-9-6 13:01:26 |Display all floors
vincelee76 Post time: 2013-9-6 11:11
The story plot of Chinese films in china are very bad and cheezy.  If china wants to their films to  ...

Lust, Caution didn't do that well abroad.

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