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Charlotte's First Asian Film Festival Hits Uptown Next Month

The Charlotte Asian Film Festival (CAFF) is a joint effort of the local Asian American community and others leaders who see value in this novel addition to Charlotte’s cultural landscape. 310 more words

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The Assassin


Although certainly not the top of wuxia or Chinese filming, The Assassin is certainly a pretty movie, despite some snags. The movie is absolutely gorgreous, each frame filled with intricate costumes and sets, or breathtaking vistas, large and epic canvases in contrast of Shu Qi’s subtle performance or the quick but well choreographed fights. 30 more words

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Asian Film Month Day 4 4/4/17

A Fiend On Film:

Films I Watched in 2017: #82) Ichi (2008) Fiend ‘O’ Meter says: 6/10 “The length of the film does the film in, samey story” 106 more words

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Asian Film Month Day #3 4/3/17

Asian Film Month…”What the Fiend Has Seen” 4/3/17

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My Own Swordsman (2011)
D. Jing Shang
7/10 Fun and quirky, Yao Chen is a cute highlight to this action comedy! 54 more words

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Notes on the Korean movie Radio Star (라디오 스타) 

Yesterday I watched an old Korean movie (circa 2006!) called Radio Star at the Seoul Global Cultural Center in Myeongdong. If I haven’t told you that I’m been living in Korea for the past 7,8 months, well, now I’m telling you. 232 more words

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ASIAN FILM MONTH 2017 Day #1

Mando Ayala says: Battle Royale 8/10 rating.

Films I Watched in 2017: #79) Scorpion’s Revenge (1997) Fiend ‘O’ Meter says: 6/10 “A remake that wilts like a dead flower.” 21 more words

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'The Salesman'

The best film in a foreign language Oscar winner, The Salesman is a confident, assured piece of cinema.

Surprisingly low key and minimal, to label it a revenge thriller would be doing Asghar Fahardi ( 70 more words

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