A Chinese filmmaker reportedly changed the title of his upcoming film from Moses on the Plain to Fire on the Plain to avoid offending the Chinese Communist Party with a biblical name.
The film, which is adapted from the novel Moses on the Plain by Shuang Xuetao, tells of a homicide case of a taxi driver.
According to Radio Free Asia, the film’s director, Zhang Ji, announced the sudden name change at the International Film Festival in Beijing. According to Zhang, he renamed the movie because it features multiple elements of fire.
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SOURCE: Christian Headlines, Milton Quintanilla