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Do you support the ban on cleavage scenes?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2015-1-6 01:21:33 |Display all floors
condorito Post time: 2015-1-6 01:16
you mean the children you frequent..?

Have you ever been to Shanghai Hooters?

I rest my case.

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tv and moves often bend history haha hollywood has been doing it foryears but if you want good history you need good research how often do we see gong fu heros running up walls flying and doing magic but it is fun and enjoyable. if the goverment goes over the top people will just find another way and that may be worse, it is important to find the right balance   

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condorito Post time: 2015-1-6 01:14
seneca

Oh

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seneca Post time: 2015-1-5 22:01
"artistic" what?

Maybe artificial misinterpretation...

It's changed to fit the medium, like how a writer changes the story in a book to fit for a movie

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zjjhpj Post time: 2015-1-5 21:29

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Post time 2015-1-6 10:06:34 |Display all floors
This is the answer to the question "Why aren't Chinese movies popular overseas?"

The overabundance of cleavage scenes coupled with the obligatory fake sex scenes in western movies are the only reasons so many horrible hollywood movies are so "popular" overseas.

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futsanglung Post time: 2015-1-5 15:26
Nothing wrong with cleavage per se but I wish they would get more accurate when they depict historic ...

Tang Dynasty women did wear relatively low cut dresses in the most open era of Chinese history.

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