Three women explore the idea of love and the expectations placed on women in the lesbian romantic drama "Ashamed."
Visual wizard and fantastical yarn-spinner Wisit Sasanatieng seems to be flying with clipped wings in directing "The Red Eagle," the anticipated remake-cum-homage to the 1960 Thai superhero action series "Isee Daeng."
An elegiac, lyrical tale of a nomadic Vietnamese family whose lives are changed when they take in a prostitute, "Floating Lives" is a model of solid, old-fashioned filmmaking.
A peasant-poet, a bull and a widow become travel companions and form a love-hate relationship in "Rolling Home with a Bull" -- a road movie with truckloads of charm that doubles as a Buddhist pilgrimage.
There's something not right with a film when the interludes are more interesting than the central setpieces.
No one on the planet does revenge thrillers quite like the Koreans.
Finally wriggling out of his auteurist cocoon that led to the disastrous "Butterfly," Chang Tso-chi has metamorphosed with "When Love Comes" -- a layered and cadenced domestic drama about a polygamous Taiwan family and how its members live with each other's secrets and shortcomings.
Three stages of a man's life are explored in "Eternity," an otherwise standard romance that's gifted with graceful photography and a central relationship blessedly lacking in conflict.