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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS FROM TAIWAN R.O.C.
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ICE POISON

A poor young farmer in Myanmar pawns his cow for a moped and seeks alternative income as a taxi driver. Among his first fares is a woman making a new start after escaping an arranged marriage in China. Together, they are lured into the lucrative business of selling “ice poison” (crystal meth) around town. With an unobtrusive documentary style, Burmese-Taiwanese director Midi Z captures the struggles faced by many in an unseen part of the world. | Read More
Drama and Relationships
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JOURNEY TO THE WEST

  • Release Year: 2014
  • Runtime: 56 minutes
  • Directed By: Ming Liang Tsai and Tsai Ming-liang
  • Country: France and Taiwan R.O.C.
A meditation loosely based on the classical Chinese story by Wu Cheng’en, this groundbreaking new interpretation brings the legendary pilgrimage of a Buddhist monk into the present tense. Tsai Ming Liang bids us to look and listen, providing a timeless take on the spiritual journey of an individual in constant negotiation with the self and the substrate in which he finds himself. Journey to the West proposes that true enlightenment awaits those who endure. | Read More
Experimental
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WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW?

  • Release Year: 2013
  • Runtime: 101 minutes
  • Directed By: Arvin Chen
  • Country: Taiwan R.O.C.
Straitlaced optometrist Weichung is finding the typical married life difficult. Then he bumps into an old flame, setting off an unexpected array of dormant emotions. Meanwhile, his sister Mandy flees her sad sack fiancé, coping via food and the fantastical appearance of a soap opera star on her couch. Arvin Chen’s sophomore feature is a fresh and playful comedy about the odd realities of desire in a traditional society and what happens when you seek a big change. | Read More
Drama and Relationships
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