This stately but not overwrought Korean production is an elegant vehicle for its strong cast.
Despite its crude scripting, this superbly paced and shot South Korean thriller from writer-director Huh Jung cunningly manipulates our primal fears.
Ahn Seong-kyoung's achingly tender story of an unconventional couple and their cat taps into a wellspring of emotions.
Tightly directed and performed by an emotionally attuned cast, Junichi Kanai's first feature explores the subject of date rape with empathy and insight.
Zhanna Issabayeva's accomplished fourth feature is an unblinking look at the vulnerable social position of single women in Kazakhstan.
Ravishing visuals and an abundance of Indian dance and music provide a sensory tonic in Khyentse Norbu's tale of forbidden love.
A medical disaster movie depicting how a South Korean city becomes ground zero for the H5N1 epidemic, "Flu" delivers a transfusion of harrowing realism, government duplicity and dripping…
Energized by a youthful cast, Tsui Hark's lavish period actioner proves more cohesive than its overwrought predecessor.
Zhang Ziyi and Wang Leehom co-star in an entertaining caper that doesn't take one's breath away in the romance department.
A bone-chilling yet strangely moving thriller whose eerie ambiguity will be best suited to festival audiences.
Already a major hit in Asia, this high-octane South Korean remake of Hong Kong thriller "Eye in the Sky" sustains its nervy tension all the way.