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- Ghost Is All Around (2016) (DVD) (Thailand Version) US$18.99
- Love Love You (2015) (DVD) (2-Disc Limited Boxset) (English Subtitled) (Thailand Version) US$45.99
- Ghost Coins (2014) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) US$16.49
- Absent without Leave (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) US$19.49
- One Day (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) US$16.99
Take Me Home (2016) (DVD) (Thailand Version) DVD Region 3
| Wannarot Sonthichai
| Kongkiat Khomsiri (Director)
| Djuangjai Hirunsri (Actor)
Acclaimed genre filmmaker Kongkiat Khomsiri (Slice, Art of the Devil 2) directs the unsettling horror drama Take Me Home. Heartthrob Mario Maurer (Pee Mak) delivers one of his best performances as an amnesiac young man who finally reunites with his sister, played by television actress Wannarot Sonthichai, only to discover that home is a terrifying place to be.
Tan (Mario Maurer) woke up a decade ago from a mysterious accident with no memories of his past. After coming upon clues to his identity at the hospital morgue he works at, he finds his way back to his home, a sprawling estate. There he meets his cold twin sister Tubtim (Wannarot Sonthichai) and her husband Cheewin (Nopachai Chaiyanam), who didn't even know of Tan's existence. Tan soon learns there is something dreadfully wrong about his family and their stunning house filled with dark and fearsome secrets.
The Road to Mandalay (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Kai Ko (Actor)
| Wu Ke Xi (Actor)
| Midi Z (Writer, Director)
Known on the festival circuit for acclaimed dramas like Ice Poison, Taiwan-based Burmese director Midi Z presents his most polished and high-profile film to date in The Road to Mandalay, which garnered six nominations at the 53rd Golden Horse Film Awards and won the Fedeora Award for Best Film in the Venice Days section of the 73rd Venice Film Festival. Like his previous films, Mandalay draws on the experiences and struggles of Burmese migrants. Midi Z regular Wu Ke Xi and Kai Ko (You are the Apple of My Eye) play two desperate illegal migrants trying to make a new life in a gritty and unwelcoming Bangkok.
Lianqing (Wu Ke Xi) crosses illegally into Thailand to seek work and a better life. On the journey, she meets fellow migrant worker Guo (Kai Ko), who takes an immediate liking to her. The simple and devoted Guo plans to work in a factory in Bangkok, save up money and eventually return home. Lianqing has set higher goals: she wants to secure papers and become a legitimate worker so that she can one day escape even farther abroad. Despite hard toil and brushes with danger, she determinedly looks ahead for a way out, but harsh reality keeps closing in on both Lianqing and Guo.
Hema Hema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait (2016) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Actor)
| Zhou Xun (Actor)
| Thinley Dorji (Actor)
| Tshering Dorji (Actor)
Being anonymous is... intoxicating.
Tibetan lama and filmmaker Khyentse Norbu (Vara: A Blessing) delves into the nature of life and self in the intriguingly mystical and thought-provoking narrative film Hema Hema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait. Every 12 years, a ritual takes place deep in the forests of Bhutan. With their identities concealed behind masks, men and women put down their names and pasts, and participate in performances and rituals of death and rebirth. Over 15 days, they revel in the freedom of anonymity, cross unspoken lines and reveal what one does when they're not known. Chinese stars Zhou Xun and Tony Leung Chiu Wai appear in cameo roles.
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