Kim Ji-young, Born 1982 (South Korea, 2019) [NYAFF 2020]

Cho Nam-joo’s novel Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982 has been hailed as one of the key South Korean modern feminists texts. Given the wider readership of both the Korean original and various translations, it would only […]

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on Sep, 07 · in Reviews

Widow of Silence (India, 2018)

In the last few years, the situation in Kashmir has very much slipped from the international radar. Kashmir. Since the portioning of India in 1947, Kashmir has been the site of a series of territorial […]

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on Jun, 30 · in Reviews

Sea (Japan, 2018)

Years ago, I used to teach in in a media school and we used to joke that graduation films have three main interlinked topics – suicide, depression and rage. Kensei Takahashi’s debut feature Sea was […]

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on May, 12 · in Reviews

Ten Years Japan (Japan, 2018) [JAPAN CUTS 2019]

Ten Years Japan is the latest addition to the ‘Ten Years’ project which kicked off with Ten Years Hong Kong in 2015 and was followed by Ten Years Thailand in 2018. The premise of the […]

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on Jul, 22 · in Reviews

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