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 two kids are at a loss what to do in … [Read more...] about 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?
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 a young … [Read more...] about 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. 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 convincing plot twists and … [Read more...] about The List: 5 Indie (Specialty) Films to Catch if You Can – Aug 2013