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Abducted at the age of twelve, and forced to kill her parents, Komona joins the trope of other kids to become a member of the rebel army.
A deeply disturbed single mother seeks inner peace.
Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s novel is a visual masterpiece and spiritual journey that rises far above the minor flaws its screenplay has
Cloud Atlas is a beautifully told film about souls in motion throughout time and space and the connection they share.
Shaped after the styles of Picasso and Matisse, Le Tableau (or The Painting) tells the story of the characters of an unfinished painting, who decide to look for The Painter and let him finish his work.
Set in Hong Kong, from the 40s until the late 90s and the Hong Kong handover, Floating City chronicles the life of Bo Wah-Chuen, an adopted mixed-raced child who is taken by a Tanka family to inherit the family’s vessel as the elder son, who struggles to find who he is.
A woman’s violent misadventures cast with a colorful and quite shimmering clout that was Matsuko’s life of giving without ever taking.
It’s a test of faith when a young man is stranded on a boat with a zebra, an orangutan, a hyena… and a Bengal tiger for 227 days.
Ryan Murphy provides Eat Pray Love with great visuals and scenery, but the film version of Elizabeth Gilbert’s soul-healing journey is boring.
This inspirational documentary takes a look at the life and work of master sushi chef Jiro Ono.