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The two infantry battalions of the Imperial Japanese Armytackled the mountain. Hakkoda prepared for war with Russia during the winter of 1902.
Yang ± Yin: Gender in Chinese Cinema
This highly personal film essay demonstrates that Chinese cinema has dealt with questions of gender and sexuality more frankly and provocatively than any other national cinema. Yang ± Yin examines mal...
Men and War III
Final part of epic drama about war and its effects upon human beings, follows the fortunes of the Godai family through the Sino-Japanese Waru through the Soviet Union's sudden attack upon Japanese tro...
A few young waiters at a popular New Jersey restaurant are dreaming of becoming actors or otherwise getting into the artistic community.
The Broken Commandments
Ushimatsu's father told him never to reveal his lower-caste heritage; years later, he now contemplates confiding in an activist fighting against such discrimination.
Kasane – Beauty and Fate
Kasane Fuchi (Kyoko Yoshine) is the daughter of a beautiful, legendary actress. Kasane has excellent acting skills as well, but she is not attractive. She has a hard time due to her unattractiveness. ...
Forest of Oppression — A Record of the Struggle at Takasaki City University of Economics
A galvanising documentary about the organised resistance of a group of students barricaded at the Takasaki City University of Economics. The university student struggles at the end of the 1960s in Jap...
Casting Blossoms to the Sky
In 2011, a journalist arrives in Nagaoka, a Japanese village that underwent destruction during both World War 2 and the 2004 Chuetsu Earthquake, and is now notable for the fireworks it launches annual...
A documentary about Isa Abdullah Ali, an American Muslim, who has been part of many Muslim military movements.
The story of male friendship, vitality and the joy of living, even after turning 60 years old. When one of the three friends is taken to hospital, the others are there for him.
A group of young friends from the country decides to toss out their morals and go for the gold in this Polish-made drama. Believing that money is the only thing they need to be happy, the ambitious pa...
The Big Bee
There was a set in 1995. A helicopter is hovering in the sky over a nuclear power plant. The power company, prefectural government, and media all get a fax. There is a threat in the fax that the helic...
In the Wild Mountains
Set in the Shaanxi province of Northern China, In The Wild Mountains is a simple yet insightful tale of village life and how economic changes in the country affect even the most remote regions.
Different people from outside of Warsaw come to the Polish capital city for different reasons on an ordinary winter's day. All of them have something to deal with, and their paths eventually intersect...
Eversmile, New Jersey
Traveling dentist O'Connell traverses South America on his motorcycle for the 'Eversmile' foundation of New Jersey, in a fight not only against caries, but also against fear, ignorance, indifference -...
The Great White Tower
The story contrasts the life of two doctors, former classmates and now both assistant professors at Naniwa University Hospital in Osaka. The brilliant and ambitious surgeon Goro Zaizen stops at nothin...
A young girl is being asked about a man with whom she was keeping company, as her grandmother plays a lament on a shamisen. Then the focus changes to a couple arriving from Tokyo - the woman returning...
A wonderfully sustained feature debut from Philip John (who directed episodes of Downton Abbey and Outlander), this anarchic coming-of-age story makes the very best of some stunning Scottish locations...
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