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  1. Otso: Hong Kong Review

    10:24 pm 4/1/2014

    Veteran Philippine director Elwood Perez's first film in a decade revolves around a screenwriter's efforts to pen a screenplay amid the mysteries and chaos of the tenement he lives in.Read more

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  2. The Horses of Fukushima (Matsuri No Uma): Dubai/Filmart Review

    8:17 am 3/27/2014

    A Fukushima doc from a heart-wrenching new perspective.Read more

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  3. Horseplay (Dao Ma Ji): Filmart Review

    7:59 am 3/27/2014

    Tony Leung Ka Fai leads a merry chase as a Pink Panther-like international arts smuggler.Read more

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  4. Field of Dogs: Filmart Review

    7:49 am 3/27/2014

    Lech Majewski’s poetic examination of loss.Read more

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  5. My Dear Girl, Jin-young (Saranghae! Jin-Youngah): Filmart Review

    10:21 pm 3/26/2014

    Andrew Lee Sung-eun's feature film debut chronicles the struggles in love and life for a zombie-obsessed female screenwriter.Read more

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  6. Hong Kong Filmart: Download THR's Day 3 Daily

    3:00 pm 3/25/2014

    In day 3 of THR's Filmart Daily, HBO launches a new documentary channel in China, debut delegates give the market high marks and the teen suicide drama "Thread of Life" strikes a cord in South Korea. Read more

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  7. Second Coming 3D (Chung Sang 3D/Chong Sheng 3D): Filmart Review

    9:58 am 3/25/2014

    With a film about a teenage girl who sees violent ghosts, Hong Kong filmmaker Herman Yau returns to the schlocky-horror genre which cult status in the 1990s.Read more

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  8. Beautiful 2014 (Mei Ho 2014/Mei Hao 2014): Filmart Review

    9:51 am 3/25/2014

    Separation is the key to the third installment of HKIFF and Youku Tudou's omnibus-film project, with stories touching on family reunions, stifled sexual desires and children's struggle with real life. Read more

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  9. Russell Crowe's 'Noah' Banned in Indonesia

    3:59 am 3/25/2014

    Joining several Middle Eastern countries, the world's most populous Muslim nation barred the biblical epic because it violates Islamic law by depicting a prophet.Read more

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  10. Shadow Days (Gui ri zi): Filmart Review

    9:43 pm 3/24/2014

    Director Zhao Dayong returns to the "ghost town" of Zhiziluo in an eerie film about China’s one-child policy.Read more

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