Lu Chuan's epic demands rigorous attention from anyone unfamiliar with Chinese history, making expansion beyond fest and arthouse venues unlikely.
City Of Life And Death
British documaker Marc Isaacs ("Men of the City") scores once again with his latest depiction of contempo London, the extravagantly titled "The Road: A Story of Life and Death."
Like a juggler with too many balls, Ning Hao struggles to keep sundry plots and a bloated ensemble cast in the air in 1930s heist adventure "Guns and Roses."
SHANGHAI -- Censors have blocked the latest film by Lu Chuan, one of China's rising helmers, as local filmmakers expressed their frustration saying censorship puts them at a disadvantage in competing…
To paraphrase Jean-Luc Godard, it was a year of beginnings, middles and ends, but not necessarily in that order.
In a footnote to one of the most popular Chinese pics of recent years, "Mountain Patrol," Chinese police have arrested a suspect in the 17-year-old murder of a ranger that was the basis for the film…
Zhang Yimou's great gift for stories of resilient women serves him well in this uniquely harrowing account of the rape of Nanjing.
South Korean pic "Mother" dominated the Asian Film Awards at Hong Kong's Filmart.
It was yet another kudo win for indie darling "Samson and Delilah."
Nanjing massacre chronicle "City of Life and Death" lives up to hype and expectations.
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