Author: Erbao Angel
4.1 (242 ratings)
Translator: Lan_Editor: Efydatia
This was a soul-stirring, outrageous suggestion. The crew was really brave to keep filming. Actually, this would be a small-scale confrontation and mutual compromise between modern society and religious groups.
In today's rapidly-developing society, it was impossible to huckster religious belief like back in medieval times. This was due to the constant awareness of human self and the freedom of belief that every individual enjoyed.
Still, Columbia Pictures had invested in the film, Howard had chosen to direct it, and Qin Guan had accepted the leading role without hesitation.
China was not the religion's origin after all. Christians had sent many missionaries to China, but they had still failed to convert the Chinese.
Actually, these lines were not Qin Guan's, but Ian McKellen's. Lovers of American films would be familiar with the name, as he was the actor who had portrayed Gandalf in "The Lord of the Rings" and Magneto in "X-Men".
He was an outstanding experienced actor, who had also sacrificed a lot for the film. He had been under even more pressure than Qin Guan.
The next scene would be the climax of the film. It was too late for the killer and the bishop of the Opus Dei to
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