Disguised as a drunken cartwheel through expat paradise, Mark Jarrett's striking first feature juggles questions of mortality along its rowdy cross-country path.
Social realism and slow-burn suspense combine to create solid if rather familiar results in "Amok."
Eave Ties That Bind, the Asia Europe Producers Workshop held during the Asian Film Market, wrapped its first edition Oct. 13.
Circumstances spin far beyond the protags' control in Ho Yuhang's beautifully shot, noir-like tale.
The awards keep coming for "Flower in the Pocket," a slip of a film whose genuine humor and lack of pretension, not to mention palpable warmth, set it above the general run of new Malaysian cinema.
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