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A sensitive, in-depth portrayal of an estranged father-son relationship done in the format of a psychological thriller. Superb storytelling - gripping till the last shot.
Entertaining sequel that is as good as the first film. Quite like the part where Po attains inner peace and reaches a new level in his kung fu - a common theme in Chinese martial arts movies. Based on the last shot, there is definitely going to be part 3 where Po will eventually resolve his father issues.
Hero or Avenger. Where do you draw the line? As a doctor, should you save an evil man, knowing full well that he will continue to do more evil? An engaging film that challenges our notions of justice and forgiveness. Eventually it is Elias' goodness of heart that saves the day.
A highly original film with unusual characters. How Pod's dead grandmother came back as a gecko is hilarious. The Buddhist concept of rebirth is explained in such a zany and irreverent manner that I almost fell off my chair laughing. The relationship between Mam and her teddy bear boyfriend (he is literally a teddy bear) is melodramatically funny.
A film about the lives of orphans in a refugee camp. You see the consequences of war manifested on these children - young boys without arms or hobbling around on crutches, making a living by diffusing landmines, the girl with a blind child who was the result of her being raped by soldiers. Yet the positive spirit of the young leader, 13-year old Soran, shines through, giving a sense of hope amidst the depressing & harsh environment. It is a thought-provoking but heartbreaking film to watch.