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10 Films you cannot miss at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival 2017

We present a list of ten movies you should watch at the Chicago South Asian Film Festival 2017 that is taking place from September 29th – October 1st, in Chicago, USA. 928 more words

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The Boys from Fengkuei [Feng Gui Lai De Ren] (1983)

Ah-ching, Ah-jung and Kuo Tzu are a group of friends living in the small fishing town of fengkuei. They move to the big city of Kaohsiung in hopes of finding a job and as a product, a better life. 693 more words

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Paradox (2017) Mini Film Review

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Louis Khoo’s character is a cop and when his daughter goes missing in Thailand, he goes over determined to find her, with or without the local police’s help. 429 more words

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A Day (하루) (2017) Mini Film Review

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This is a time loop story. I feel like you should not watch the trailer because it shows too much especially towards the end. Just know that the main character views an accident and time keeps repeating while he tries to prevent the accident from happening. 296 more words

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The Battlehship Island (2017) Mini Film Review

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Under the colonial rule of Japan, the life of 400 or so Koreans who are conscripted into slave labor on ‘The Battleship Island’ and their attempt to escape. 297 more words

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Dispatches from Cinemalaya 2017 (Part 1)

ANG PAMILYANG HINDI LUMULUHA (Mes de Guzman)

Even for non-Sharonians, there is palpable excitement in the prospect of seeing Sharon Cuneta in a small, independent movie at a festival whose major asset is its ability to attract droves of moviegoers, many of whom are young ones discovering new local films on their own. 1,539 more words

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Gintama live action (2017) Mini Film Review

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Oh. OH. You…you want me to describe Gintama??? Look. There is no point because this anime is too complicated to explain and no synopsis could do it justice. 433 more words

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