As if raising a child wasn’t stressful enough without ghosts wrecking everything.
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.
Longman Leung puts on his rosiest lens and delivers a superficial but sweet retelling of Anita Mui’s life.
A deceased boom mic operator visits old haunts in Royston Tan’s meditative drama.
First-time director Ricky Ko leads a talented cast in a so-so comedy action drama mishmash.
In Takana Shirai’s directorial debut a young girl must travel about 500 miles on foot in order to feed some gods.
There isn’t a talking candlestick in sight in Mamoru Hosoda’s sci fi fairy tale.
The fabled assassin returns in this non-lethal but much-improved sequel.
In Hong Sung-eun’s drama, a young woman reconsiders her solitary nature after her neighbour is crushed to death by porn.
Benny Chan ensures he goes out guns blazing in his final theatrical film.
The London East Asia Film Festival returns for its sixth edition on October 21st. I take a look at everything that’s on offer.