The 2014 edition of an annual short film compilation. Zhang Yuan directs "I love you boss," about the relationship between a wealthy man and his driver. Kang Je-kyu directs "Awaiting," ... See full summary »
Anna (Carina Lau), a wealthy Hong Kong housewife, suddenly finds herself deep in financial trouble as her only source of income, her husband, disappears. Her driver, Fai (Chen Kun), who ... See full summary »
Through Alejandro Jodorowsky's autobiographical lens, Endless Poetry narrates the years of the Chilean artist's youth during which he liberated himself from all of his former limitations, ... See full summary »
Not far from Shanghai, in a country twon stands the palatial home of the Pang family. Old Master Pang is an addict who brings up his beautiful daughter Ruyi on opium smoke. Her older ... See full summary »
The protagonist is Asano who has had an amazing memory since his youth spent in Okinawa. Words have tangible shapes, tastes and colours for him. This goes so far that he is not even able to... See full summary »
Providing an image of the daily life of ordinary Shanghai people, the story is carried out over two periods: from the 1960s to the mid-1970s, the end of the Cultural Revolution; and from the 1980s to the start of the 21st century.
I went to the world premiere of Warsaw Dark at the Edinburgh International Film Festival with high expectation. Sadly, I fell asleep during the film.
It is not just boring, it is confusing. I don't know what is going on. I do like the gritty effect, I can feel what the director/producer/actress are trying to express. However, without basic knowledge of Polish modern history, I struggle to understand the story, I can only capture the essence of the situation.
In my opinion, I think he can do better and show more depth of the story. Cinematography wise, it's good; story wise, not so good.
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