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Ang Lee spy film is surprise winner in Venice
VENICE (Reuters) - Taiwanese director Ang Lee's sexually explicit spy thriller "Lust, Caution" was the surprise winner of the top award at the Venice film festival on Saturday, just two years after he won with "Brokeback Mountain."
The movie is a World War Two thriller set in Shanghai featuring long and sometimes violent sex scenes Lee has hinted were real.
The verdict means Asian directors have won the Golden Lion on the Lido waterfront for the past three years.
Taiwan-born Lee told the glitzy red-carpet prize ceremony that "Lust, Caution" took him to "some very difficult places.
"I have invited you to come along with me and in the end to stay down there with me. ... You are the seven samurais, I needed your help," he added, addressing the seven-member jury.
The film is Lee's return to the theme of forbidden love after gay cowboy hit "Brokeback," but this time the setting is the teeming streets of 1940s Shanghai.
The film centers on a group of revolutionary students bent on killing a powerful political figure who collaborates with occupying forces during the Sino-Japanese war.
First-time actress Tang Wei portrays the young woman who agrees to ensnare the sinister figure, played by one of Asia's biggest screen stars, Tony Leung.
The sometimes violent sex scenes between them were a major talking point in Venice, and Lee hinted to reporters they were real.