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I love all the Japanese titles by Ozu, Kurosawa, Imamura, Kobayashi, Suzuki, Shimizu, Mizogushi, Oshima, Shinoda, Teshigahara, and Naruse. But younger upstarts from around the Yellow Sea, Taiwan, the Pacific Rim have made considerable contributions from: Hirokazu Kore-eda, Lee Chang - Dong, Ang Lee, Wong Kar - Wai, and Edward Yang are taking the Eastern cinematic experience to new heights
the middle of the trilogy known before 2046 took this story line into an unmet future
the turning of the tides in the life of three generations
family in mass as the first huge hit from Taiwan goes international
the best actress in South Korea shines in a disturbing story of a religious cult and members whom take a very personal interest in her very private privacy.
he once was Asian, still is, but loves the iconic western as visual moral medium of history.
the victor becomes the victim in war camps during WWII - Pacific Rim
the weediest of wicked in a cut and paste phantasmagoria.
go west young easterner and seek the temples and architectural wonders of Spain as documentary imitates art.
leave to a westerner to best tell a tale of a Japanese poetic laureate.
japanese revenge ghost story
muy weirdos meets the last bastions of some unknown war in the eastern sector
can the young get more wild in the decade called the 1960s?
spoken in silence, street life in Tokyo ascends
great bridge between the silent and spoken films by the endearing, lovable, and heart breaking family stories by Ozu