A lushly-scored drama that takes an awfully long time to tell a rather simple story of family healing, "Bizan" compensates with a name trio of lead thesps and succulent widescreen photography of…
"Teeth of Love" draws a satisfying amount of dramatic blood. Following a young woman's three painful affaires du coeur across 10 years, impressive debut feature by Beijing Film Academy prof Zhuang…
A simply lensed ensembler, marbled with moments of irony, about a bunch of youngsters at a pre-college rural crammer, "Ta Pu" skirts the potential politics of its setting to concentrate on well-drawn…
Strong lead perfs, unfussy direction and a solid script make Chinese village drama "A Young Ibex" more than the sum of its largely familiar parts. A change of English title and a makeover of the poor…
A father's attempts to be a matchmaker for his independent-minded daughter take surprising and entertaining turns in "The Park," a well-scripted debut by writer-director Yin Lichuan with perfs to…
Pic stands on its own as a solid piece of filmmaking that accepts its subjects for who they are.
"Remember the Daze" demonstrates considerable promise on the part of its director.
An elusive comedy about the long-term consequences of adoption and the emotional vicissitudes of family, "My Brother Is Getting Married" doesn't achieve the union of social satire and reconciliatory…
Czech filmmakers attempt to track down six unidentified Asian men in"detective documentary" "Lost Holiday."
"The Method" is a slick adaptation of Jordi Galceran Ferrer's popular play.
"Dolina" boasts the most eye-popping production design this side of Terry Gilliam's "Brazil."