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Ang Lee plans safer edit of Lust, Caution for Chinese audiences

Since its Venice world premiere, Ang Lee's Lust, Caution has created whatFocus boss James Schamus is calling 'a tidal wave of interest' across Asia.The Asian response has been largely positive. Lee's steamy espionagethriller will be given a major Asian release later in the autumn. However,controversy is already dogging the film - and not just because of theexplicit sex scenes that have earned it a NC-17 certificate ...

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