Film Review: Hong Kong Trilogy

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Loosely structured look at kids, activists and senior citizens in Hong Kong from famed cinematographer Christopher Doyle. Read More

Film Review: ‘Have a Nice Day’

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Here in America we’re lucky to be able to see this unvarnished look at a side of China so seldom revealed, the underbelly last on display on film in Jia Zhangke’s brilliant “A Touch of Sin,” a cinematic cousin to this animated gem. Read More

Film Review: ‘Wolf Warriors II’

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The hottest movie in China this summer, about a fallen elite Chinese commando, could never be an A-film outside China because it just doesn’t ring true. Read More

Film Review: Free and Easy

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Set in a nearly deserted factory town in China, director Geng Jun’s film is a hauntingly surreal look at the role fear plays in shaping human behavior. Read More

Film Review: Plastic China

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This film, about a family scraping by at a waste-sorting plant in China, is a must-see testament to our environmental challenge. Read More

Film Review: Absurd Accident

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Absurd Accident is a a great, dark comedy that laughs at the challenges modern-day rural Chinese face in coping with the intrusion of big city values. Read More

Film Review: ‘Our Time Will Come’

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Director Ann Hui’s WWII Hong Kong resistance drama 'Our Time Will Come' tells the complex story of the fight against the invading Japanese. Read More

Film Review: A Loner

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Director Xing Xiao’s "A Loner," a Shanghai Film Festival premiere in June, is a quiet stage upon which the remarkable veteran actress Zhu Xijuan’s powerful performance enumerates the challenges facing China’s rapidly aging population. Read More

Film Review: ‘King of Peking’

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This must-see gem of a comedy from sophomore writer and director Sam Voutas is about father and son projectionists who stick together through hard times in Beijing, making ends meet by pirating movies. Read More

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