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With this spooky thriller, Lao’s only female film director depicts the class differences in contemporary Lao.
Every culture produces its own monsters and ghosts, born of the particular beliefs and traumas of its people. And so, in Dearest Sister, only the second horror film to be made in the developing country of Laos, these ghosts are intricately...
Director Danny Boyle and writer John Hodge, who did such a great job adapting Trainspotting to the screen, have fumbled with this version of Alex Garland's novel. Making Richard an American is ok I suppose, but giving him two sexual relationships...
Violent martial arts movie miskicks from go to whoa.
Hardcore fans of martial arts movies may get some fleeting pleasure from this derivative action movie from French writer-director Jean-Marc Minéo. The rest of us will likely find the characters risible, the dialogue banal and the violence...
Focus on the routine speaks volumes in this absorbing Thai tale.
Australian Centre for the Moving Image: In her debut feature, young Thai filmmaker Anocha Suwichakornpong reveals an eye for the minor duties and small diversions of everyday life that are the surface beneath which she takes on the metaphysical,...
Festival prize bolsters average B-flick tribute
The day before Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives won the Palme d'Or at Cannes, the savvy film-o-centric American web site IndieWire announced that the Thai film was the Competition title rated highest by...
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