The White Girl was born allergic to the sun. Her only friend, Ho Zai, is too young to understand her problems. Her classmates tease her. Her overprotective father keeps her cooped up at ...
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Assembling actors and actresses from Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and China, 'Love Only' spreads love and positivism through several stories about love and friendship featuring people from different countries.
Stockholm My Love is a city symphony, a love letter to Stockholm, the fiction debut of director Mark Cousins and the acting debut of musician Neneh Cherry. It follows one woman's footsteps ... See full summary »
Why does one need a ferryman? One needs a ferryman where there is a body of water and a bridge does not exist. The village high in the hills has a ferryman, but a bridge is in the works. ... See full summary »
"The Rest" is a documentary by Ai Weiwei about refugees who arrived in Europe, the world's bastion of human rights. These refugees fled war and persecution in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and ... See full synopsis »
It tells the powerful story of a land preserved in time, yet poised on the cusp of change. The nation's vibrant culture, beautiful colonial architecture, and pristine ecosystems provide a ... See full summary »
Peter H. Chang
Patricia Torres Diaz,
The protagonist is Asano who has had an amazing memory since his youth spent in Okinawa. Words have tangible shapes, tastes and colours for him. This goes so far that he is not even able to... See full summary »
English School teacher Robert Grieve wins a satchel's worth of money and decide to take a journey deeper into the wilder side of Cambodia. Coming up against a scheming American, a crooked ... See full summary »
"I feel like a piece of neon, I'm just a gas inside a tube." - 'Christopher Doyle: Filming in the Neon World' is part of NEONSIGNS.HK - an online exhibition on Hong Kong's neon signs, ... See full summary »
Spring, 1969. The Japanese New Wave, represented on international screens mainly by the films of Nagisa Oshima, reaches new heights. 21-year-old Megumi Yoshizumi goes to Wakamatsu ... See full summary »
The White Girl was born allergic to the sun. Her only friend, Ho Zai, is too young to understand her problems. Her classmates tease her. Her overprotective father keeps her cooped up at home, but she's not at home in her own world. Even her bedroom is a bunk bed with a curtain for a wall. All she wants to do is grow up and leave the village. At night, she meets a man by the sea. His name is Sakamoto. He's not from the village. He's an outsider. This is a love story, but Sakamoto and The White Girl are not lovers. So what happens between them? They look at each other. He becomes her mirror. She becomes his. That's what love is: through another they see themselves, reflected, as the imperfect mess that human beings often are. Together they are more than what they could be if they were alone, because when you put a mirror in a room it expands the space. Up at a historical ruin with Sakamoto, The White Girl finally has space to be free, space to discover what is possible within herself. ...Written by