Owen Wilson’s latest film, “No Escape,” has been banned in Thailand, where it was made.

Sources tell Page Six the movie, about an American family caught in a coup and trying to escape an unnamed Southeast Asian country, was allowed to shoot in Thailand only if the country was not identified on-screen.

“Precautions were taken, like signs that appeared in shots being turned upside-down,” sources said.

But when Thai officials saw the pic, they banned it from playing there anyway.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post.

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