Release of Chinese director Ning Hao's film, "No Man's Land", was delayed because of its controversial content, Mtime.com reports.
The 2006 film "Crazy Stone" brought director Ning Hao great fame among movie-goers, but his latest film has been delayed several times since the end of last year. It has been criticized for having no sense of social responsibility because there are no heroic characters in it, only bad guys.
Ning has previously expressed that his last two films focused on the obscenity of human beings, but "No Man's Land" is more substantial than the previous films. His new film includes topics like murder, smuggling, banditry and even stupid and useless policemen. He says he believes that "No Man's Land" refers to the places where police cannot reach, and in terms of art, those are the places where criminal things such as these could reasonably happen.
The film has been held for re-editing again, and it remains to be seen whether it will be allowed to hit movie screens.
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