In China, breathtaking nationalist films are losing momentum

In China, breathtaking nationalist films are losing momentum


Updated October 22, 2023 at 12:09 a.m. ET

In recent years, a wave of breathtaking Chinese films has become more prominent in cinemas. the Asian country’s box office, shaking up Hollywood with patriotic fare broadcast to an increasingly nationalist audience.

Today, there are signs that weariness is starting to set in due to the lack of novelty.

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