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More than three months before it is due to open in cinemas, Chinese director Jiang Wen launched his latest movie, “Gone With the Bullets”, on Monday. The film is a 3-D sequel to Jiang’s 2010 political satire “Let the Bullets Fly,” which featured a bandit posing as a mayor. It grossed $103 million in mainland China. With an estimated budget of $20 million, “Gone With the Bullets” is set in 1920s Shanghai and revolves around a beauty pageant.

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