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Chinese Viewers Mostly Give Thumbs Up for ‘The Interview’

by / Friday, 26 December 2014 / News Category NYTIMES SINOSPHERE

By midday on Friday, more than 300,000 people in China had seen the film about a plot to assassinate Kim Jong-un of North Korea and the reviews, by and large, were favorable.

Source:: Chinese Viewers Mostly Give Thumbs Up for ‘The Interview’

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