Everything breaks apart sooner or later, literally and metaphorically, in Studio Colorido’s latest animated adventure.
A young boy tries to learn of the old ways in Takeshi Fukunaga’s meditative drama.
The eighties are fast but very much not furious in Moon Hyun-sung’s car-driving action spectacle.
The Fullmetal Alchemist movies continue to be visually pretty but as void as the inside of Gluttony.
In GB Sampedro’s erotic thriller, even fifteen days feels like too long.
Director Jung Byung-gil plays with action figures for two hours, and makes us watch.
In David Asavanond’s romantic sci-fi, your apartment can fall in love with you, and then stop you from leaving.
Tsui Hark’s semi-classic hasn’t aged as well as it would have liked, but it’s got its charms.
Tragedy, coincidence and loneliness clash in Peter Chan’s romantic comedy-drama.
Longman Leung puts on his rosiest lens and delivers a superficial but sweet retelling of Anita Mui’s life.
For three days only, Focus Hong Kong returns to London with its touring programme Making Waves – Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema.
Cultures clash on the streets of Tokyo in one of Takashi Miike’s more subdued gangster thrillers.