The live-action Mulan film is currently available for Disney+ Premier Access streamers. Reviews of the film seemed to be mixed, but one thing is for sure, Disney is receiving some backlash for filming Mulan in Xinjiang.
As shared by CNN Business: In the credits of the movie, the company thanked a Chinese government agency accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang for its help in making the film.
“Mulan was primarily shot in, almost the entirety, in New Zealand. And in an effort to accurately depict some of the unique landscape and geography of the country of China for this historically period piece drama, we filmed scenery in 20 different locations in China,” Disney Chief Financial Officer Christine McCarthy told analysts at Bank of America conference on Thursday.
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McCarthy noted that it is standard practice to “acknowledge in the film’s credits, the national and local governments that allowed you to film there.””So in our credits, that was recognized, both China as well as locations in New Zealand. And I would just leave it at that,” she said. “But that’s generated a lot of issues for us.” McCarthy did not elaborate on what those “issues” were.
Source: CNN Business