Lost Course (Hong Kong, 2019)

The time for action has passed. I’m older now. The time for reflection has started. — Bruno in Le petit soldat (1960/1963) Early in Jill Li’s debut work, the documentary Lost Course, one of the […]

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on Mar, 09 · in Reviews

Keep Rolling (Hong Kong, 2020) [OAFF 2021]

Compared to fellow Hong Kong auteurs like John Woo, Tsui Hark, and Wong Kar-wai, Ann Hui’s name isn’t as well known but this veteran filmmaker has quietly created a catalogue of varied works that have […]

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on Mar, 06 · in Reviews

Assassins (USA, 2020)

On February 13, 2017, Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-un, strolled through Kuala Lumpur International Airport only to be attacked from behind by two young women whose hands were […]

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on Feb, 02 · in Reviews

Hope’s Home (USA, 2021) [SF IndieFest 2021]

Hope is about to take her first trip to China since she was an infant. She’s stunned by how little she remembers the place, and though she starts her journey with great anticipation, she finds […]

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on Jan, 28 · in Reviews


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