Aids Film Hits Shops 4 Years After Release – Chan Siu-sin
From South China Morning Post, via China AIDS Survey Daily News Service (link):
An award-winning HIV/Aids documentary denied a public screening for four years has finally made its way into mainland DVD shops.
Independent documentary director Chen Weijun, who sneaked into a village disguised as a peasant to make To Live is Better Than to Die, said the move highlighted the increasing openness of the central government in tackling the deadly disease.
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