China Orders Lust Removed from Movie

It's not surprising that China's censors insisted the lust be cut out of Ang Lee's steamy new movie Lust, Caution. What is surprising is that a disappointed movie-goer sued. Graduate student Dong Yanbin says that the removal of most of the on-screen sex infringed on his consumer rights. As he explained to the Beijing Times, "the incomplete structure makes it hard to appreciate the movie's art."

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