Film Applauded for Frank Portrayal of Generic-Drug Smuggling Case
* “Dying to Survive” tells the story of an unsuccessful merchant asked by a leukemia patient to smuggle in cheap generic drugs from India
* The movie is expected to bring in $420 million at the domestic box office
(Beijing) — China’s most-discussed film, inspired by the real-life battle leukemia patients went through to access an expensive drug, has surprised observers with its portrayal of social problems amid the strict regulatory environment.
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