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Review: Lan Yu (2001)

Lan Yu (2001) tells the story of a poor university student, Lan Yu, who agrees to have a one night stand improve his financial situation. However, he falls for the wealthy businessman Chen Handong instead of the man he is supposed to service. 472 more words


Review: Mafriah Ha-yonim (Farewell Baghdad)

Israeli Cinema

Mafriah Ha-yonim

Year released: 2013

Directed by: Nissim Dayan

Genre: Historical/Drama


Daniel Gad as Kabi, a young man caught between opposing sides. 1,114 more words


Discover: 'Like Father, Like Son'

Japanese Cinema

Soshite Chichi ni Naru

Genre: Drama

Directed by Hirokazu Koreeda

Released 28th September 2013

Masaharu Fukuyama as Ryota Nonomiya, a busy father with no time for his son and wife… 284 more words


Review: 'Train to Busan'

South Korean Cinema


Genre: Horror

Directed by Yeon Sang-ho

Released 20th July 2016

Gong Yoo as Seok-woo, a trust fund manager who is too focused on work… 526 more words


'Don't Tell'

Don’t Tell is based on the true story of the court case of Lyndal who, as an 11 year-old, was sexually abused by a teacher at a prestigious Queensland school. 86 more words


Ip Man 3

Going forward, there’ll be a bit of a change in FrameRate. Although brevity is key, I find myself giving proper english a gut punch by making run-on sentences as I try to cram in every aspect of the film I want to talk about. 161 more words


'Berlin Syndrome'

A sinister story of obsession, Australian director Cate Shortland’s (Somersault, Lore) latest is a tense thriller where backpacker Clare’s (Teresa Palmer – Hackshaw Ridge, Warm Bodies… 91 more words