It's not only in Thailand where movies and other works run into trouble with the culture police.
In Malaysia, there's a film called Dukun that would probably be a big earner, if only it could be released.
The Associated Press covers the tale.
It's a fascinating story, really, about a female witch doctor who was convicted and hanged in 2001 for the murder and hacking up of a politician. Reportedly, on the gallows, her last words were "I will not die!"
The movie, Dukun, has a fictional character whose actions closely mirror the true-crime story.
The movie is highly anticipated and would likely do great business for audiences who are still very much fascinated with the case and with the occult in general. However, the Malaysian censors take a dim view of such things.
It's uncertain at this time if the film will be released or if the director will submit to editing and reshoots.
(Cross-published at Rotten Tomatoes)