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“One Child Nation” confronts the untold history of China’s One-Child Policy with a personal and empathetic touch
Directed and written by Indian women, this film succeeds where Slumdog Millionaire fails
If IU wants audiences to see her as a serious artist, will Netflix’s “Persona” help?
German director Christian Petzold's "Transit" explores today's rise in fascism through a classic Hollywood love story—or does it?
Edgy, raw, and a punch in the face—is "Warrior" the story Asian-Americans have been waiting for?
Ryu Jun-yeol delivers a high-octane tale of insider trading and market manipulation—but how does it stand up to 80's classic "Wall Street"?
Ai Weiwei asks Europe: You accepted me as a refugee, but what about the rest of us?
Hunger-inducing food scenes and an exploration of Singaporean identity come together in Eric Khoo's latest hit.
PASKAL shows off the skill of Malaysia's Special Forces -- but is it more than Malaysian propaganda?
Jia Zhangke's "Ash is Purest White" makes us wonder where stubbornly idiosyncratic auteurs belong in contemporary China.