Iron Man 3 Caters to Chinese Censorship





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Published on May 13, 2013

There are two cuts of Iron Man 3: the regular edition and the one meant to cater to Chinese censorship. There are some special additions made to the film, made to appeal heavily to the government's sensibilities to make sure that it's one of the few movies allowed into the country-- but is it detrimental to appeal to China's demands? Does it hurt artistic vision and merely perpetuate China's style of censorship over film?

These questions and more in this installment of The Point

Host: Ana Kasparian
David Sirota (Columnist, Author - "Back to Our Future"
David Feldman (Comedian and Host - The David Feldman Show)
Cara Santa Maria (Host - Hacking the Planet on The Weather Channel)

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