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- Umrika (2015) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$18.49
- Buppha Rahtree: A Haunting in Japan (2016) (DVD) (Thailand Version) US$18.99
- Distance (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$18.99
- Paint My Love (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$14.49
- Brother Bajrangi (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) US$32.99
- Neerja (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$18.99
- The Noise (2015) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$14.49
- Find My Dad (2015) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$14.49
One Day (2016) (DVD) (Thailand Version) DVD Region 3
| Nittha Jirayungyurn
| Banjong Pisanthanakun (Director)
Six years after Hello Stranger, Chantawit Thanasewee and director Banjong Pisanthanakun team up again for a sweet love story abroad in One Day. While Hello Stranger was set in South Korea, One Day brings Chantawit and TV actress Nittha Jirayungyurn to the snowy beauty of Hokkaido, Japan.
Geeky tech support guy Denchai (Chantawit Thanasewee) is used to being the punching bag of the IT department. He has a crush on co-worker Nui (Nittha Jirayungyurn) but she barely notices his existence. During a company trip to Hokkaido, Nui hits her head in a skiing accident and wakes up with transient amnesia, a condition that will last only one day. Jumping at this magical chance, Denchai tells Nui that he's her boyfriend so they can be a couple for one day.
Apprentice (2016) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Boo Junfeng (Writer, Director)
| Mastura Ahmad (Actor)
| Wan Hanafi Su (Actor)
| Firdaus Rahman (Actor)
After making a splash at the International Critics' Week with his 2010 debut feature Sandcastle, Singapore director Boo Junfeng returned to the Cannes Film Festival in 2016 with Apprentice, which screened in the Un Certain Regard sidebar. Bringing audiences into the inner workings of a maximum security prison, the introspective drama explores the psyche and conflicts of a young executioner's assistant who is grappling with his choice of profession and his relationship with his seasoned mentor.
Soon after transferring to the state's maximum security prison, correctional officer Aiman (Firdaus Rahman) meets and befriends chief executioner Rahim (Wan Hanafi Su). In need of an assistant and a successor, Rahim takes Aiman under his wing as an apprentice. Aiman's new position greatly strains relations with his sister as their own father was executed years ago, but he persists with the training. However, he begins to question his decision when he witnesses firsthand the grueling significance of taking a life and his family background comes to light.
Let's Eat (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Chapman To (Director, Actor, Writer)
| Aimee Chan (Actor)
| C Kwan (Actor)
| Lo Hoi Pang (Actor)
Chapman To writes, directs and stars in the 2016 Malaysian Lunar New Year cooking comedy Let's Eat! To plays Dai Hung, the laidback chef of Ah Yong Cafe, a traditional one-star restaurant known for Hainanese chicken rice. Everything changes when the owner's daughter Rosemary (TVB actress Aimee Chan) returns from abroad to take over management, bringing with her newfangled marketing ideas and cost-saving measures that put her at odds with Dai Hung. Ah Yong Cafe's business hits rock bottom when they get slapped with an extremely negative review by a famous food ritic. To salvage the restaurant's reputation, Dai Hung and Rosemary must put aside their differences, refine their chicken rice recipe and prove their worth in a cooking competition! Let's Eat! features an eclectic cast of comedy regulars including Hong Kong veteran Lo Hoi Pang, Fama's C Kwan and 6 Wing, Daphne Low, Patricia Mok and Tommy Kuan, plus cameo appearances by Henry Thia, Steve Yap, Henley Hii and Fiona Sit.
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