Monday, May 22, 2006

Pirated "Da Vinci Code" hits China streets

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Bootleg DVDs of "The Da Vinci Code" were on sale all over Shanghai on Monday, days after China pipped Cannes by hours with the world premier of the movie. Pirated DVD versions of both "The Da Vinci Code" and "Mission Impossible 3" were selling for 5 yuan ($0.60) each, but the workmanship was poor, as is usually the case for early pirated copies often made with hand-held camcorders in the cinema. One customer said he could seeing people walking in front of the cinema screen. [More]


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