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“Default” explores the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis’ impact in Korea, focusing more on emotions than economic explanations.
Meet the “Sharknado” of Chinese war movies: with US$65M worth of misery... and Bruce Willis.
With a premiere at 2018's Busan International Film Festival, Chinese indie film "The Enigma of Arrival" offers a darker take on coming-of-age.
Set amidst beautiful mountain steppes, this surprisingly entertaining musical movie might make you want to visit Kyrgyzstan.
This space rescue movie offers gripping suspense…and insight into Russian geopolitics.
You don't often see female leads in Japanese dramas, making "Miss Sherlock" a particularly remarkable take on the classic detective.
Making deals with North Korea? Check. Election interference? Check. "The Spy Gone North" offers a captivating, timely spy story.
Realistic gun battles and brutal fight scenes open a window into the Philippines drug war
The struggle of finding your place in an increasingly globalized world is examined in this Gambian-Swedish dramedy.
1987 is a somber reminder that freedom isn't free
The Fourth Amigo: Why Emmanuel Lubezki Is One of Today’s Best Cinematographers
Review: “Default” is Korea’s Take on “The Big Short”
The Bruce Lee Statue That Sought to Unify a Divided City
The 10 Best Jung Woo-sung Movies, Ranked
Interview: “Paradoxical” Director Mu-Ming Tsai and Producer Iris Lai Talk About the Binary Nature of Sense and Emotion
Review: “Air Strike” Is a War Movie Plagued By Tragedy…And Taxes
Revisiting Safi Faye, One of Africa’s Most Underrated Female Filmmakers
“On Happiness Road” Beautifully Embodies Taiwan’s Existential Malaise