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(2010 TV movie)
Rose Lee is just a typical high school student trying to figure things out. Her dream is to join the boy's wrestling team...
|2||Luv Kush (1989 TV series)||8.1/10||31|
The specifically Korean tradition that is reclaimed in Sopyonje is the type of folk-song known as pansori...
Ramayana: The Legend of Prince Rama
An anime adaptation of the Hindu myth the Ramayana, where the avatar Sri Ram combats the wicked king Ravana.
(1986 TV series)
The Lord incarnated upon the earth nine times. The seventh was known as "Ram Avatar." Ramanand Sagar's Ramayan is the story of the incarnation. It covers the entire story in detail up to Ram's coronation.
Leave It to Chance
Charlie Vallejo is a mild-mannered, 20 year old Filipino American, going through something that most college aged students often go through...
The adventures of a cute little panda, a dragon god and an evil serpent.
(1998 documentary short)
Aussie boys of Asian descent candidly discuss their status as a "minority within a minority".
Year of the Dragon
A racist Vietnam vet becomes a New York cop and cracks down on organized crime in Chinatown.
A mythological retelling of the familiar 'Ramayana' story of Rama's wife Sita being abducted by Ravana...
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|11||Chun nyun hack (2007)||6.9/10||191|
|12||Les filles du botaniste (2006)||6.7/10||1,610|
|13||Ramayan (2002 TV mini-series)||6.5/10||28|
|14||Mischief Night (2006)||"||653|
|15||Lui yun na wa yee (2000 documentary)||6.3/10||76|
|17||Cherchez Hortense (2012)||"||423|
|18||Food for the Gods (2007 short)||5.9/10||8|
|20||Hitchhiking Vietnam: Letters from the Trail (1997 TV documentary)||5.5/10||16|
|22||Ram Vanwas (1918)|
|23||Seeta Swayamvar (1920)|
|24||Goodness Ungracious Me! (2002 TV documentary short)|
|25||Hare Krishna (1974 documentary short)|
|26||Fobman 2 (2004 short)|
|27||Fan Kun Pa! Tan Chao (2008 TV series)|
|28||Shakuhachi Champloo: Festival Highlights (2008 video)|
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