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Malaysian director James Lee (Histeria, Sini Ada Hantu) has hit a bump with one of his latest films, Claypot Curry Killers, after being turned down twice by the censorship board (Lembaga Penapisan Filem Malaysia) because of the cannabilism element involved.

“It’s actually more of a family drama. The cannibalism is just an aspect of the film,” said Lee, who also wrote the film’s script.

The film’s producers however, are not giving up on the film as reshoots are scheduled to take place.

“The original cut of the film was turned down by the censorship board so we trimmed down the violent and gory scenes and sent it again. But that was turned down as well.

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via asiaone news

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