Ning Hao Road Movie 'No Man Land' to Screen After Lengthy Ban
China's Film Bureau has agreed to release the film three and a half years after it was originally supposed to hit theaters.
China's Film Bureau has agreed to release Ning Hao's road movie No Man Land three and a half years after it was supposed to have been released, local media reported.
The movie, which was finished in April 2010, will screen in theaters Dec. 3, according to reports.
No Man Land tells of the adventures that befall a man driving to the far west of China, but the film did not find a fan in censor Zhao Baohua, a member of the film review board of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television, who found the movie trashy and disliked its depiction of "depraved" individuals.
He also accused Hao of forgetting his social responsibility as a film director and of narcissism.