Film Review: “Breathe Me” a short film about teenage pregnancy in South Korea and a couple of parent kids that have no conscious…do they?

Review by: Mut “hi-there” Asheru Very early on through dark lighting, abandoned locations and a lonely winding road the Korean short film BREATHE ME effectively creates a sense of overwhelming hopelessness the main characters must feel given their situation.  A high school boy and a girl give birth to a baby inside an abandoned bus. […]

The List: 5 Indie (Specialty) Films to Catch if You Can – Sept 2013

Whether in theater or on DVD, the below films are sure to titillate your senses. In our humble opinions.   T. Mathenia Recommends TAIPEI FACTORY Dir: Singing Chen, Jero Yun, Midi Zhao, Joana Preiss, Shen Ko-Shang, Luis Cifuentes, Chang Jung-Chi, Alireza Khatami Country: Taiwan 2013    Runtime: 75min A refreshing omnibus of four shorts, each pairing […]

The List: 5 Indie (Specialty) Films to Catch if You Can – Aug 2013

Whether in theater or on DVD, the below films are sure to titillate your senses. In our humble opinions.   Mut Asheru Recommends MONTAGE Dir: Chung Keun-sup  Country: South Korea 2013  Run Time: 120 min Cast: Uhm Jung-hwa, Kim Sang-kyung In the best tradition of Korean thrillers, “Montage” arrives complete with a strong script with […]