RIGHT NOW, WRONG THEN is an experimental tale that explores vicissitudes of human interaction; and the barriers that exist in our interaction and relationships.
We take a look at the full line-up for the 2015 edition of the Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival, which was announced earlier this week.
Equally beautiful and brutal, Ivan Tverdovsky’s hyper-real drama CORRECTIONS CLASS provides harrowing insight into the mistreatment of disabled youth in Russia.
Lee Po-Cheung’s GANGSTER PAYDAY is a successfully blend of straight-up triad drama, culture-clash fable, and even wilfully cheesy Hong-Kong-rom-com, writes Jake Moody.
Isobel Yeap reviews Kazuyoshi Kumakiri’s MY MAN, a disappointingly heavy-handed tale of a Lolita-esque relationship between a schoolgirl and her adopted father.
There is much to appreciate in the tragic and absurd GETT, THE TRIAL OF VIVIANE AMSALEM. It stands up as a visually and emotionally resonant, masterfully constructed courtroom drama of rare and unique quality, anchored by Ronit Elkabetz’s magnificent performance as Viviane.