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"Halfworlds" marks an important step for HBO in localizing its original series for the Asian market.
Based on a real story, "Kim Ji-young" is a quiet but effective depiction of how thickly sexism permeates Korean society.
Starring Lee Byung-hun, Ha Jung-woo, Bae Suzy, and Ma Dong-seok, “Ashfall” (a.k.a. “Baekdusan”) combines big-budget Hollywood tropes with inter-Korean politics.
In Donnie Yen’s final kung fu film, action takes a backseat to China-US tensions and identity politics.
Through two families linked by friendship and tragedy, director Wang Xiaoshuai’s “So Long, My Son” offers a humanistic look at China in the wake of...
Directors Faria and Rao tell "a story that could only happen in Macao."
Danny Wong Hing Fan's directorial debut focuses on emotional wealth over material.
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.