A young lawyer comes to accept who she is, both professionally and personally, in Po-Chih Leong’s comedy-drama.
Call Me Chihiro
Rikiya Imaizumi stretches the concept of Help Wanted in his adaptation of Hiroyuki Yasuda manga.
Boy From Nowhere
SJ Finlay’s bleak drama never shies from horrible truths, but doesn’t wallow either.
Tokyo Night Sky is Always the Densest Shade of Blue
In Yuya Ishii’s drama, happiness gradually finds you – if you let it.
A university student breaks out of her shell and immediately attempts to fly in Masaki Tachibana’s animated drama.
For the legendary monk Xuanzang, the journey may be hard but the destination is heavenly.
As if raising a child wasn’t stressful enough without ghosts wrecking everything.
Selling children is fine if you have good intentions in Hirokazu Kore-eda’s delightful and surprisingly heart-warming drama.
Come, Come, Come, Upward
Two women journey through life, Korea and their own spirituality in Im Kwon-taek’s meditative, thoughtful drama.
Five friends escape to the country, before having to escape from the country in Park Chong-won’s black dramedy.
Terry Ng’s sickly sweet education-themed romantic melodrama might quote high literature, but certainly hasn’t learnt from it.
In Lou Yi-an’s bleak drama, even save spamming won’t get you a happy ending.