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Malaysia's Government Censors Easing Restrictions on Stifled Film Industry
  • KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP)
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Malaysia's first gay-themed movie could hit cinemas within months, its producer said, after government censors eased restrictions that have stifled the film industry here for decades.
    Although the Malay-language movie won't have explicit sex or even kissing, its screening would be a...

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