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Singaporean director Anthony Chen discusses his films "Wet Season" and "Ilo Ilo"—and tells us why he found "Crazy Rich Asians" offensive.
"Dead Kids" is an otherwise unremarkable high school drama, save for its commentary on classism in the contemporary Philippines.
Taiwanese director Chung Mong-hong's "A Sun" weaves an intricate and entertaining tale of family misfortune.
Despite decent production quality, China’s “White Snake” falls victim to sloppy storytelling and surprising salaciousness.
Banned by Chinese censors for a year, "Better Days" gets its big reveal with dark undertones about high school bullying.
Joko Anwar's latest movie is a ghost story—but it's less horror flick and more Javanese cultural exposition
Director Haifaa Al-Mansour’s “The Perfect Candidate” depicts the challenges a female doctor faces when she runs for local office in Saudi Arabia.
“Parasite” speaks to Korean audiences’ real-life woes in an intricately crafted and empathetic manner.
Studio Trigger’s theatrical debut is equal parts a visual marvel and a boisterous shout for the West to catch up with Japanese animation.
Lee Seung-gi and Suzy star in a K-drama, now streaming on Netflix, that entertains audiences and hints at Korea’s geopolitical status.