This is that rarest of genre movies, a ghost story with a political subtext--complete with police brutality, vigilante mobs, bureaucratic stonewalling, governmental corruption and an increasingly cow...
Tomboyish student Tao tries to support her studies by writing articles for the racy magazine Sayew "Tickle" published by her uncle Hia Kung Fu.
Leo is used to the temporary. Typical of many young Filipinos, he supports his family by hopping from one short-term job to the next - in fast food restaurants to supermarkets to department stories.
Fahri, a dedicated Indonesian student of the Koran in Cairo, is busy translating religious books when his family prods him to think of marriage.
The stories that flow from the desire to find true love lead us to various stories that come across time, space and consequences, demonstrating with warmth and honesty that the lines between fact and...
This more melodramatic Filipino coming-of-ager concerns the budding sexuality of a young girl in a devoutly Catholic culture.
It's modern-day Saigon, where eight million people are just trying to keep up with the pace.
One of the leading filmmakers of the Hong Kong new wave of the early '80s, Patrick Tam returns after a 15-year absence with his characteristic compassion and inventiveness intact.
Nagabonar, a rapscallion pickpocket from Batak and a (self-proclaimed) general during Indonesia's War of Independence, raised his son, Bonaga, alone, after his wife...
The scene is an unnamed Southeast Asian country, one week after a deadly night club bombing.