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Shot in a very loose, naturalistic, and intimate style not unlike a documentary, "A Copy of My Mind" shows vignettes of life in Indonesia's capital...
Anthony Chen's sophomore feature "Wet Season" blends feminism and coming-of-age to show the struggles of a middle-aged Singaporean woman and a teenage student.
Slow-paced and undramatic, Gu Xiaogang's "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" shows us the many stories of a small town.
"Dead Kids" is an otherwise unremarkable high school drama, save for its commentary on classism in the contemporary Philippines.
Based off a popular video game, horror film “Detention” is an important milestone in coming to terms with Taiwan’s authoritarian past.
Taiwanese director Chung Mong-hong's "A Sun" weaves an intricate and entertaining tale of family misfortune.
Slice-of-life Japanese movie “Neko Cafe” is a fur-gettable feline feature.
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.
Forced evictions, citizen protests, and government corruption do not a happy Communist Party make.