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The short film anthology "Ten Years Japan" provides a relevant, but not depressing, look at contemporary Japan's social challenges.
"Ten Years Thailand" provides a timely—and trippy—take on Thailand's contemporary sociopolitical condition.
This prescient show depicts Norway under Russian control; its second season is now on Netflix.
An admirable feature-length followup to "Servant of the People", Ukraine's most popular political satire to date.
After earning the love of Ukrainian audiences, this satirical show is now available worldwide on Netflix.
Girlfriend, Boyfriend is a coming of age romance (with a unique twist) set amidst Taiwan's democratization.
Now available to international audiences on Netflix, The Perfect Dictatorship is Mexican director Luis Estrada’s latest satire on his country’s politics. The film’s title comes...
Although the onscreen assassination of a certain North Korean leader has dominated recent headlines, South Korea is actually in the lead for seeing its heads...
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