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Q: Can anybody explain what are the types of movies they won't show at movie theaters?

So I've heard lately that China is allowed to put a certain number of western movies in the movie theater. That means all the movies that are coming out won't be showed in China. Can anybody explain the procedure or atleast the types of movies they don't allow in China. And if there is a certain number of movies China are allowed to add in the theaters could you please share what that number is?

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I'm not sure, I think anything with western violence will not be shown, but all movies will be available on DVDs,

 May I ask why you post never ending mindless questions every day? Are you really this bored? Are you in solitary confinement or institutionalized ?

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