A trio of monks reflect on the hard questions in Bae Yong-kyun’s quiet, reflective piece. Continue reading Why has Bodhi-Dharma Left for the East?
Fruit Chan’s latest film offers us three men in a boat, but it’s a far cry from Jerome. Continue reading Three Husbands
Times are tough for an old-fashioned horse-and-cart man in a blossoming South Korea. Continue reading A Coachman
Two children face a broken future in a short, but affecting drama. Continue reading Scattered Night
A newly appointed judge struggles against societal nonsense in this significant legal drama. Continue reading A Woman Judge
Two best friends embark on a search for the truth in Ahn Ju-young’s comedy-drama. Continue reading A Boy and Sungreen
A family must balance modernity and tradition in this Tibetan comedy-drama. Continue reading Balloon
A country boy experiences another side of Korea in Shin Sang-ok’s noir romance. Continue reading A Flower in Hell
The future is uncertain in Ha Gil-jong’s landmark piece of Korean cinema. Continue reading The March of Fools
Aaron Kwok gives one of his best performances in a sombre drama about homelessness in Hong Kong. Continue reading I’m Livin’ It
A struggling young girl finds help in an unlikely place in Cha Sung-duk’s tragic drama.
Continue reading Youngju
Horror director Mari Asato brings us a stalker film strikingly and purposefully devoid of scares. Continue reading Under Your Bed