You want sexual content? Come and get it.

Ang Lee's World War II-era espionage thriller Lust, Caution was one of my favorite movies of the year. I loved it. But while the film is great, what probably got the most press was the NC-17 rating it earned for its graphic, candid sex scenes. If you've seen the movie you know that stars Tony Leung and Tang Wei are engaged in all sorts of crazy sex. Man, they really do get it on. When all is said and done though, at least for myself, that's not really what stays with you about the movie.

Nevertheless, it seems that in China, where the film has been censored, mainland movie fans are flocking by the thousands to Hong Kong to see the uncut, fully sex-ified version of Lust, Caution. It appears that the Chinese government cannot get in the way of its people and risque sexual content. Have at it, then.

More here: Cinephiles, Pack Your Bags. An Uncut Version Awaits.

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