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March 6, 1988 | ELLEN FARLEY
The emperor of film in China was sitting excitedly on the edge of his chair describing his version of "The Last Emperor." Jinxian Teng, director of the Film Bureau of the People's Republic of China, essentially the chief authority of all film activity in the People's Republic, was remembering a movie that he planned in 1982--only to have it squelched by authorities then in power, partly because the opening scene included a shot of a female breast. His movie was "The Last Emperor."
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March 6, 1988 | ELLEN FARLEY
The emperor of film in China was sitting excitedly on the edge of his chair describing his version of "The Last Emperor." Jinxian Teng, director of the Film Bureau of the People's Republic of China, essentially the chief authority of all film activity in the People's Republic, was remembering a movie that he planned in 1982--only to have it squelched by authorities then in power, partly because the opening scene included a shot of a female breast. His movie was "The Last Emperor."
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