“Corruption is the most talked about issue in China. It’s a subject that the Chinese government and Chinese society can no longer afford not to face. Ever since I started to make films, it has always been a concern that has been on the people’s lips.”
Cannes best screenplay winner Chinese director and screenwriter Jia Zhangke on his new film “A Touch of Sin.”
Click here for a two-part exclusive interview from 2010 with the director commonly regarded as the leading figure in the “Sixth Generation” movement of Chinese cinema. Jing Daily also recently covered Hollywood’s scramble to cash in on the world’s second-biggest movie market.