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By addy on October 16, in Hot Gossip! The sex scenes appeared so realistic that many viewers were convinced that Tony and Tang Wei really performed it. While promoting the film at the time, both Tang Wei and Tony insisted that the sex scenes in the film were the result of clever filmmaking and camera tricks. The scenes were performed in a private studio, with the presence of only Ang Lee and the cameraman. Terrible movie.
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Birthday: Oct 07, Birthplace: Wenzhou, China. After enjoying international recognition as a seductress in Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution" , Chinese actress Tang Wei's career was nearly capsized by censors in her native country, which objected to the film's graphic sexual scenes, before she rebounded with a string of Hong Kong and Korean hits in and beyond. Born October 7, in the city of Hangzhou, China, she was the only child of parents steeped in the arts: her mother was a stage actress, while her father was a painter. However, Tang had no initial interest in following her parents' career paths, preferring instead to be a scientist or lawyer. But a stint as a model convinced her to try acting, and after graduating from the Central Academy of Drama in , she met playwright and director Stan Lai, who recommended her to film and television directors.
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