How 2012 time-travel thriller Looper rewrote the future of Chinese-American co-productions

//How 2012 time-travel thriller Looper rewrote the future of Chinese-American co-productions

How 2012 time-travel thriller Looper rewrote the future of Chinese-American co-productions

There is a telling scene halfway through Rian Johnson’s 2012 time-travel thriller, Looper. Assassin Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) tells his boss, Abe (Jeff Daniels), that he is saving his pay so he can one day run off to France. But Abe is having none of it. “I’m from the future,” he barks. “You should go to China.”Frankly, this exchange could have come straight from a script meeting. Thanks to some similarly forthright financial advice, Looper became one of the first major Hollywood films to be…

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