Lust And Caution in China

Meredith, Robyn
October 2007
Forbes Asia;10/29/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 18, p28
The author comments on China's efforts to address film piracy. He mentions that at the opening of Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution," moviegoers were subjected to unprecedented measures to prevent piracy. He questions whether the Chinese are finally getting serious about piracy. He argues that the Chinese Communist Party's National Congress leaves pirates a profitable one-month window to be sole distributors of the expected films in China.


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