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52Hz, I Love You (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Nanimono (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)The Prison (Blu-ray) (Hard Boiled Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
  • 52Hz, I Love You (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Ball Chuang (Actor) | Suming (Actor) | Xiao Yu (Actor) | Mify Chen (Actor)
    52-hertz whales are known as the world's loneliest creatures because no other whales can hear their unusually high frequency calls. Inspired by these lonely whales, Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale director Wei Te Sheng presents a series of love stories taking place in Taipei on Valentine's Day in the musical 52Hz, I Love You. The colorful and buoyant musical gathers four popular indie Taiwan singers – Ball Chuang, Cosmospeople's Xiao Yu, Totem's Suming and MECBand's Mify Chen – to play lonely souls seeking love in the big city. The ensemble romance also features many stars in special appearances including award-winning actresses Sandrine Pinna and Nana Lee, Seediq Bale's Lin Ching Tai, veteran singer Cyndi Chao and Cape No. 7's Van Fan, Ma Nien Hsien, Ming Hsiung and Ying Wei Min.

    On Valentine's Day, civil servant Lei Lei (Mify Chen) successfully organizes a mass wedding event for other happy couples, but her own relationship with longtime musician boyfriend Da He (Suming) is on the rocks. Da He, however, doesn't realize Lei Lei is at her wit's end and is planning on proposing to her tonight. Dessert chef Xiao An (Xiao Yu) and flower shop owner Xiao Xin (Ball Chuang) are both rushing to deliver gifts of love on their busiest day of the year, but their own love lives are empty. A traffic accident forces the two of them onto one motorbike to complete their deliveries together.

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  • Nanimono (2016) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Satoh Takeru (Actor) | Arimura Kasumi (Actor) | Nikaido Fumi (Actor) | Suda Masaki (Actor)
    Based on the novel Nanimono by Asai Ryo, Someone gathers an all-star cast for an incisive drama about how the job-hunting process and social media test and reveal the inner depths of one's character. Satoh Takeru (Rurouni Kenshin), Suda Masaki (Light up the NEW world), Arimura Kasumi (Flying Colors), Nikaido Fumi (Wolf Girl and Black Prince) and Okada Masaki (The Top Secret: Murder in Mind) play five fresh grads of different personalities who are navigating the spirit-crushing competition of finding a job. Directed by Miura Daisuke (Love's Whirlpool), Someone deftly reads between the lines, using Twitter behavior, theater sketches and passive-aggressive interactions to build the underlying tension and turmoil of the protagonists.

    Reticent observer Takuto (Satoh Takeru) sets aside his passion for theater and approaches the job-hunting process with serious precision. His roommate, bright and free-spirited Kamiya (Suda Masaki), begins his job search late with no goal in mind. Gentle and sincere Mizuki (Arimura Kasumi), Kamiya's ex-girlfriend, just returned from study abroad and seeks the job security of a large company. Mizuki's big-talking friend Rika (Nikaido Fumi) is determined to get a good job, while her patronizing boyfriend Miyamoto (Okada Masaki) puts down the job-seeking herd mentality. The five meet regularly at Rika's apartment and share their job-searching progress. They encourage each other nominally and craft public identities on Twitter, but each person is keeping their true thoughts to themselves.

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  • The Prison (Blu-ray) (Hard Boiled Normal Edition) (Korea Version) Blu-ray Region A Lee Kyung Young (Actor) | Kim Rae Won (Actor) | Han Suk Kyu (Actor) | Jo Jae Yoon (Actor)
    An undercover detective gets into the battlefield of crime, corruption and power in The Prison. Screened at the 2017 Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival and the Far East Film Festival, the crime action thriller marks the directorial debut of May 18 screenwriter Na Hyun. Kim Rae Won (Gangnam Blues) stars as a passionate detective who joins the crime syndicate of a powerful crook played by Han Suk Kyu (The Royal Tailor). The crime ring also includes Jung Woong In's (Time Renegades) corrupt warden and the crime leader's sidekick played by Jo Jae Yoon (Inside Men). Lee Kyung Young (Inside Men), Shin Sung Rok (The King's Face) and Kim Sung Kyun (Phantom Detective) also co-star in The Prison.

    Nicknamed the "Grim Reaper," Song Yoo Gun (Kim Rae Won) was once a cop known for his brutality and perfect arrest record. After getting involved in a hit-and-run accident, he is sent to prison where he gets beaten by guards and inmates. He discovers that the prison is controlled by Jung Ik Ho (Han Suk Kyu), the leader of a secret criminal organization that also includes the prison warden (Jung Woong In). Led by Ik Ho, prisoners escape from jail every night and commit crimes without a trace. Yoo Gun soon becomes a member of the crime group and starts investigating the secrets behind the syndicate.

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