It will never end.
The liberal elites are one of the biggest perpetuators of anti-Trump hysteria.
And now they’ve hired an acclaimed Chinese director to carry on their Trump-hating propaganda.
Wang Quan’an had just been tapped to write and direct a thriller about an American architect who’s trying to win the contract to design the proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall.
This new thriller is tentatively titled ‘American Wall’.
This could be the first high-profile political thriller to bash the idea.
Ironically, the plot has a feel that’s similar to conservative novelist Ayn Rand and her novel The Fountainhead, which is about a young ambitious architect as well.
Of course you can bet that the overall lesson the protagonist learns is that building walls is bad.
And that explains why they wanted to hire a Chinese director, because the production company is condescendingly saying, “He would know about walls! Look at the Great Wall of China! Walls are bad!”
The New York production company described the new project as “a tale of greed, vengeance, sex and ambition.”
“Acclaimed Chinese filmmaker Wang Quan’an is set to write and direct a political thriller that will tackle President Donald Trump’s U.S.-Mexico border wall proposal.
Described as a tale of “greed, vengeance, sex and ambition,” the film will follow an architect named Harris whose sole ambition is to design the president’s wall, according to a plot summary provided to The Hollywood Reporter from the New York-based indie film company Lupi Pictures, which is producing the project.
Harris, THR reports, seduces a “powerful woman with the right connections to secure his bid, only to find himself trapped within his own manipulations.”
For Quan’an, whose other film works include Tuya’s Marriage (2006) and Apart Together (2010), American Wall will be his first feature in English.
Producers says a mid-sized budget has been secured and casting is underway for a “high-profile U.S. actor to play the film’s lead.”
Quan’an, is, however, entering an arena that has already seen several American celebrities use their platforms to protest Trump’s border wall proposal.
Last June, Grammy-winning singer Alicia Keys celebrated World Refugee Day by releasing of a 12-minute short film that features an alternate reality in which Americans are seen fleeing a fictional, war-torn Los Angeles for safety in Mexico.
Following the deadly terrorist bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, U.K. in May, pop megastar and vocal Trump critic Katy Perry made an impassioned plea for people to “co-exist” and railed against “barriers” and “borders” that detract from that goal.
In June, an off-Broadway play called Building the Wall shut down a month early in New York City after struggling to build an audience.
The play painted an ominous picture of a post-President Trump America.”
The fact they hired a Chinese director is proof enough that the moral of the story is anti-Trump and walls are bad.
But typically, movies take about 2 years to hit the screen or VOD, and that’s if there is already a completed script with talent attached.
By the looks of it, this is about 3 years away and a lot could happen in that time span, which could render the movie pointless.