Kazuyoshi Kumakiri’s film peruses the downhill slide of ordinary lives in a northern industrial town in recession.
"Mr. and Mrs. Smith" meet "The Incredibles" in a Hong Kong context.
A collaboration by four Thai directors produces mixed results as a horror compilation.
HONG KONG -- Four, an omnibus of shorts with supernatural or thriller elements, is a mixed bag of clichés, niftily-plotted suspense, senseless gore and stir-crazy farce.
Featuring a transvestite superheroine who fights gender bigotry with deadly dance steps, the fantasy-parody is spiced with Indonesian folk culture.
An engaging look at six elderly patients sadly and slowly losing their grip on reality and history.
TAIPEI – A documentary concerned with elderly people in various stages of mental and physical decline, The Long Goodbye makes one feel the agony of slowly losing one’s grip on reality.
60 directors give 60-second odes to 35mm film in this project full of life and love.
This unconventional youth film with a mouthful of a title makes charity look hip and creative, and it gains persuasiveness by being based on a real-life account.
Japan's nominee for the best foreign language Academy Award is the 49th and final film from Japanese director Kaneto Shindo.
Jet Li leads the cast in director-screenwriter Tsui Hark's extravagant and action-packed ride.
This female Robinson Crusoe politico-erotic fantasy is as amusing as it is baffling.