In the amazing film, "The Martian", there is a montage sequence where everyone is figuring out how to get the Hermes resupplied for it's rescue mission of Space Pirate Mark Watney.
During this sequence, there is a scene where a NASA employee is, through a translator, telling a China National Space Administration that they are using obsolete ideas:
All due respect to your CNSA protocol... but we haven't done things that way... since Apollo 9.
[To Translator] Did he get that?
Apollo 9 being March 3, 1969, almost 60 years before the movie is set in (2020s~2030s).
What protocols is he critiquing here?
And considering Chinese Government restrictions on speech in movies (disparaging the Chinese Government vis-a-vis their national space program), how did this line make it into the final film? Or is it excluded from the Chinese release?
Had the movie likewise disparaged NASA in any way, they would have lost NASA support and the access to the NASA logos, here in the US.