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Morgan Spurlock gives the horror treatment to his latest documentary on the seemingly indestructible rodents and the people fighting them.
TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: That human beings hate rats may be a matter of survival, according to Rats, Morgan Spurlock’s latest disaster-mongering documentary. Our repulsion derives from instinct: rats carry diseases, many of which kill...
Vietnamese rom-com on trend for genre.
Just a few weeks after the action effort Once Upon a Time in Vietnam descended on Australian shores, a second Vietnamese movie makes an appearance. How to Fight In Six Inch Heels (aka Am Muu Giay Got Nhon) sounds like it could be a martial arts...
A fun, forgettable pulp homage.
much a patchwork of borrowed moves
A one-dimensional portrait of Hanoi’s sexually dysfunctional working class.
Whilst the term 'repressed Vietnamese eroticism" may entice international distribution partners (and, no doubt, sell film festival tickets), director Chuyên Bui Thac’s manifestation of the theme, Adrift, amounts to little more than a languid,...
A fragrant, sensual story.
Marking the striking feature film debut of 30-year-old Vietnamese-born writer-director Tran Anh Hung, The Scent of Green Papaya is a seductive drama set in Colonial Vietnam.This richly evocative work was nominated for best foreign language film...
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