In this publicity image released by Pegasus Motion Pictures, "Lost in Thailand" 

In this publicity image released by Pegasus Motion Pictures, "Lost in Thailand" stars, from left, Bo Huang, Xu Zheng, and Wang Baoqiang, pose together. Xu, the director, writer and star of China's biggest box-office hit, says "Lost in Thailand" succeeded by showing a rarely seen subject: modern Chinese life. The historical epic, fantasy, action and thriller genres have long filled China's domestic movie screens. But "Lost in Thailand" was a low-budget and light-hearted road-trip tale about an ambitious executive who goes to Thailand to get his boss's approval for a business deal. Along the way he's pursued by a rival co-worker and encounters a wacky tourist who helps him rethink his priorities. (AP Photo/Pegasus Motion Pictures)
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In this publicity image released by Pegasus Motion Pictures, "Lost in Thailand" stars, from left, Bo Huang, Xu Zheng, and Wang Baoqiang, pose together. Xu, the director, writer and star of China's biggest box-office hit, says "Lost in Thailand" succeeded by showing a rarely seen subject: modern Chinese life. The historical epic, fantasy, action and thriller genres have long filled China's domestic movie screens. But "Lost in Thailand" was a low-budget and light-hearted road-trip tale about an ambitious executive who goes to Thailand to get his boss's approval for a business deal. Along the way he's pursued by a rival co-worker and encounters a wacky tourist who helps him rethink his priorities. (AP Photo/Pegasus Motion Pictures)
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