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OzAsia on Screen Film Review: R100

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: R100

Nobody does bizarre quite like the Japanese, and Hitoshi Matsumoto’s latest offering is right up there in the realm of cult classics. From the opening ‘disclaimer’ right until the final post credit scene, R100 is a laugh a minute story of a furniture salesman, Takafumi Katayama, who joins an exclusive S & M club for a year of dominatrix attention which is delivered at random times and places. The catch is, he can’t quit and has to stay the full year. Sounds easy, right?

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: The Heroic Trio

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: The Heroic Trio

Three heroines, Wonder Woman, Invisible Woman and Thief Catcher Chat must do battle against the forces of evil and each other when babies begin to go missing.

OzAsia On Screen Film Review: The Lunchbox

OzAsia On Screen Film Review: The Lunchbox

Ritesh Batra’s beautiful, quiet 2013 feature, The Lunch-box is one of this year’s OzAsia Festival film offerings. Winner of two prizes, including the Jury Grand Prize, at the Asia-Pacific screen awards, I am surprised that it has take so long to find its way to Australia.

Film Review: Night Moves

Film Review: Night Moves

A gripping insight in the consequences of following through on strong beliefs when an eco-warrior turns into an eco-terrorist and enlists his friends.

Film Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

Film Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

The Turtles are back, bigger and better than ever in this action-packed new take on an old favourite when a cub reporter gets more than she bargain for when investigating a story.

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Raining in the Mountain

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Raining in the Mountain

A classic tale of intrigue, drama & cool kung fu fighting from Hong Kong, set in a Buddhist temple where the Abbot of the temple is set to name his successor.

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Why Don’t You Play in Hell?

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Why Don’t You Play in Hell?

An eager young film crew become embroiled in a deadly feud between rival gangs in a series of bizarre incidents that blend action and humour.

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Omar

OzAsia on Screen Film Review: Omar

In the heart of the West Bank, a Palestinian freedom fighter is in love with an Israeli girl but the death of an Israeli soldier sets off a chain of tragic events.

AICE Israeli Film Festival Review: Self Made (Boreg)

AICE Israeli Film Festival Review: Self Made (Boreg)

An absurdist comedy about two women, both with a screw loose, who find salvation in each other’s lives after a missing screw sets a bizarre chain of events in motion.

Film Review: And So It Goes

Film Review: And So It Goes

An egotistical real estate agent finds his life changed when he’s unexpectedly left in charge of his 9 year old granddaughter.

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