Drama

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    Terrorizers

    Ho Wi Ding returns to the Toronto International Film Festival with another standout directorial effort…

    4.5 stars
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    Last of the Wolves

    A new rogue cop faces a new rogue yakuza amidst intrigue in both of their ranks for an ultraviolent sequel…

    3.5 stars
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    Sensei, Would You Please Sit with Me?

    An irresistibly quirky and inventive examination of the challenges of marriage and/or adultery thru manga…

    4 stars
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    Snakehead

    Cold hard facts and fiction mingle in a moody crime indie echoing modern immigration issues…

    3.5 stars
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    Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy

    Three vignettes about the lies we tell ourselves and each other…

    4.5 stars
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    Fan Girl

    A coming-of-age drama meets the concept of fandom from a subtle feminist viewpoint…

    3 stars
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    As We Like It

    Fun and bright adaptation that stays true to the spirit of the original play…

    3.5 stars
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    Barbarian Invasion

    Everything is film…

    4.5 stars
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    Hand Rolled Cigarette

    Gordon Lam dazzles again in a movie that unites the disparate elements in Hong Kong contemporary cinema…

    4 stars
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    The Book of Fish

    An exiled civil servant finds meaning in composing a new book on marine life in Korea…

    2 stars
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    Sweetie, You Won’t Believe It

    An amusing caper that blends genres…

    3 stars
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    Last Of The Wolves

    Kazuya Shiraishi delivers with his sequel, another amazing and highly entertaining yakuza/police thriller…

    4.5 stars
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    Money Has Four Legs

    A cynical but realistic drama that uses cinema as a metaphor for society…

    4 stars
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    The Prayer

    Robot nurses start to develop conflicting human emotions in Min Kyu-dong’s sci-fi tinged drama…

    3 stars
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    A Song For You

    A nomad’s pursuit of musical fame offers an interesting depiction of the lives of Tibetans in China…

    3.5 stars
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    The Silent Forest

    Hard-hitting real-life drama with a powerful message…

    4 stars
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    Escape From Mogadishu

    Ryoo Seung-wan manages to make pulse-pounding popular cinema out of peculiar politics and extraordinary true events…

    4 stars
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