A big, bad wolf faces the consequences of the life he’s chosen in Mamoru Oshii and Hiroyuki Okiura’s dystopian sci fi.
Loners find there’s strength in numbers, in Takeshi Kitano’s low-key comedy-drama.
Isao Takahata brings us a sweet, unassuming taste of everyday family life in this animated comedy-drama.
There's deviance and corruption galore in the first in Takashi Miike’s crime trilogy.
Finales and conclusions are everywhere in Yasuo Furuhata’s touching drama
Well, that was forgettable.
Kim Jee-Woon’s directorial debut is a strong film, helped by strong writing and a star-studded cast