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Terrorizers (1986) (Blu-ray) (30th Anniversary Edition) (Taiwan Version) Blu-ray Region All
Cora Miao (Actor)
| Lee Li Chun (Actor)
| King Shih Chieh (Actor)
| Gu Bao Ming (Actor)
A shooting in the heart of Taipei sends several characters on a collision course in Edward Yang's ensemble drama The Terrorizers, which is influenced by the works of Michelangelo Antonioni. A researcher sells out a co-worker for a promotion, but it comes at the price of neglecting the troubles of his novelist wife. The girlfriend of the shooter manages to escape police custody, but her mother keeps her imprisoned at home, where she finds other ways to cause trouble. Meanwhile, a wandering photographer who captures the shooting moves into the apartment and becomes infatuated with the escaped girl.
White Ant (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Chris Wu (Actor)
| Aviis Zhong (Actor)
| Shelly Yu (Actor)
| Chu Hsien Che (Director, Writer)
Seasoned Taiwan documentarian Chu Hsien Che (An Exposure of Affected Hospital) makes his narrative film debut with the psychological drama White Ant, which won the FIPRESCI Award at the 21st Busan International Film Festival and Best Actor at the 19th Taipei Film Awards. Golden Bell-winning actor Chris Wu (The Bride) delivers a brave performance as a young man struggling with sexual fetishism. Co-starring Aviis Zhong (Aground) and veteran singer-actress Shelley Yu (Yang Yang), the heart-wrenching drama examines feelings of guilt, shame, trauma and grief, and addresses that white ant gnawing within each and every one of us.
Troubled bookstore worker Bai Yi De (Chris Wu) harbors a fetish for women's underwear. He tries his best to carry on life as normally as possible, but at night he can't resist the urge within. One day, he receives a DVD in the mail. On the DVD is a video recording of him stealing lingerie. Terrified of being exposed, Yi De slips deeper and deeper into darkness and dismay. Meanwhile, the sender of the video, college student Tang Jun Hong (Aviis Zhong), continues to torment him with reminders of his secret, leading to disastrous consequences.
This edition comes with deleted scenes, interviews and trailer.
The Tenants Downstairs (2016) (Blu-ray) (Taiwan Version) Blu-ray Region A
Simon Yam (Actor)
| Lee Kang Sheng (Actor)
| Li Xing (Actor)
| Ivy Shao (Actor)
Six apartments, eight tenants, one landlord.
Simon Yam stars as a creepy voyeuristic landlord in the Taiwan suspense drama The Tenants Downstairs, based on the same-titled novel by Giddens Ko. The directorial debut of You Are the Apply of My Eye and Café. Waiting. Love. producer Adam Tsuei, The Tenants Downstairs melds black comedy, mystery, fantasy and psycho drama elements. Tsai Ming Liang regular Lee Kang Sheng, Kaiser Chuang (Who Killed Cock Robin) and TV actress Ivy Shao (Back to 1989) are among the tenants whose lives unfold unpredictably in the film.
Chang (Simon Yam) inherits an apartment building filled with hidden cameras and rents out the apartments at low prices to his desired tenants. He doesn't want hardworking students or boring white collars or happy families; he only wants "normal people" that he can observe. Through the cameras, Chang spies on his eight tenants: a horny gym teacher (Kaiser Chuang) with a record of domestic violence, a college student (Hou Yan Xi) who is always online, a divorced father (Yu An Shun) and his daughter (Angel Ho), a mysterious writer (Ivy Shao), a cheating office worker (Sophia Li) and a gay couple (Lee Kang Sheng and Bernard Shen). The delusional landlord sees their dark secrets and insatiable desires, and tries to further provoke and manipulate them.
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