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Analyzing the latest documentary in an Irish cinematic movement that depicts farmers as heroes against an oppressive system.
“The Great Battle” provides action with sprinklings of light-heartedness, but falls short on screenwriting.
"Buffalo Boys" director Mike Wiluan suggests that Asian diaspora can look East for a home—and films with strong Asian leads.
Unlike "Crazy Rich Asians", most Singapore-made offer social critique, not glitz—here are 11 Singaporean films you ought to watch.
This Korean action movie featuring private military contractors offers many explosions—and biting, timely political critiques.
“Default” explores the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis’ impact in Korea, focusing more on emotions than economic explanations.
The story behind the world's most unlikely Bruce Lee tribute: a statue in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Looking back at Senegalese director Safi Faye through her groundbreaking film "Mossane."
Everyday Hero (南哥, lit. Brother Nan) is a Chinese biopic based on the true life and story of Guo Jian Nan, and his works in...
Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin star in a fast-paced, socially relevant psychological thriller.
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Review: “Ten Years Taiwan” Reminds Us How Taiwan Has Problems Besides China
Review: “The Great Battle” is an Action-Packed Dramatization of a Famous Korean Battle
“Buffalo Boys” Is the Perfect Western for a Post “Crazy Rich Asians” World
Review: “Ten Years Japan” Pictures Dystopia With Hopeful Undertones
“Ten Years Thailand” Is an Abstract Take On Societal Pressures in Modern Thailand
Beyond “Crazy Rich Asians”: How Singaporean Films Highlight Grittiness, Not Glamor