Christian Bale - Christian Bale Plays Down 'Flowers Of War' Chinese Censorship20 January 2012
Christian Bale Plays Down 'Flowers Of War' Chinese Censorship
However, speaking to The Press Association the actor said "I just do what I do. What happens after I'm wrapped is always out of my hands. It doesn't matter which country that's in. ... Which scenes get chosen, which scenes get cut, that has nothing to do with me."
Continuing to talk about the film, Bale revealed it was a need to take himself out of his comfort zone that had been key in him signing up the role, which sees him speaking both English and Mandarin. China holds a special place for him having launched his career there in 1987 there in Steven Spielberg's 'Empire Of The Sun.' "I have a great sense of adventure, and whatever adventure I can take out of moviemaking, I'm going to," said the star, furthering "So I hope that not just with China but with internationally that we'll start to get much more mixing of nationalities and film cultures. And I think we're going to get some really interesting results from that."
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