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Cinema Escapist reveals the top anime series you can stream on Netflix, updated for 2020.
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Korean drama and movie fans on Netflix can expect more hits from Korea and more originals.
“Island Nation” recounts Taiwan’s transition to democracy, and breaks barriers around depicting politics in Taiwanese television.
Season two is as fast-paced as the previous season, with more focus on themes of survival and protecting what’s precious.
Tsai Ming-Liang’s "Days" blends his usual "slow-cinema" style with a dose of personal filmmaking consistent with his and long-time collaborator Lee Kang-Sheng’s advancing years.
Yoon Sung-hyun's sophomore feature “Time to Hunt” blends capitalist apocalypse with classic heist thriller elements.
Park Seo-joon and Kim Da-mi shine as part of an ensemble cast in a touching yet fun Korean drama.
Xu Zheng’s latest movie in China’s famous “Lost In” series mixes mother-son bonding with superficial glances at Russian life.
Japanese director Masaaki Yuasa’s summer love story “Ride Your Wave” is a whimsical meditation on learning to let go.