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The Promise (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region AThunyaphat Pattarateerachaicharoen | Panisara Rikulsurakan | Apichaya Thongkham | Numthip JongrachatawiboonOur Price: US$25.99List: US$29.99Save: US$4.00 (13%)
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Hindi Medium (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Saba Qamar (Actor)
| Irrfan Khan (Actor)
| Deepak Dobriyal (Actor)
| Dishita Sehgal (Actor)
What would you do to get your child into a good school?
Directed by Saket Chaudhary (Shaadi Ke Side Effects), the comedy-drama Hindi Medium addresses problems in India's education system and the competition for school admissions in a lighthearted tone. Irrfan Khan (The Lunchbox) and popular Pakistani actress Saba Qamar (8969) star as well-meaning parents who want to send their daughter to the best school. The critically acclaimed sleeper hit won big at both the box office and the 63rd Filmfare Awards for its relatable story and timely discussion of classism, parenting struggles, academic competition and the social and language divides that persist in modern-day India.
Down-to-earth self-made businessman Raj Batra (Irrfan Khan) has a bustling shop in the Chandni Chowk market area of Old Delhi. He and his wife Mita (Saba Qamar) have to soon send their precious five-year-old daughter Pia (Dishita Sehgal) to primary school. Mita wants the best for Pia: the elite English-medium Delhi Grammar School. To even be considered for admission, the entire family has to first move to the same posh area as the school. Raj and Mita even hire a consultant to prepare for the interview process, but Pia still gets rejected by all their target schools. Raj and Mita then try to cheat the system by applying for the lottery quota for low-income households. Worried about being exposed, they must pretend to be poor to get their daughter into the school of the affluent.
Secret Superstar (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Aamir Khan (Actor)
| Zaira Wasim (Actor)
| Meher Vij (Actor)
| Raj Arjun (Actor)
Everyone should be allowed to dream…
Following the record-smashing success of Dangal, Aamir Khan again discusses important social and gender issues within a crowd-pleasing coming-of-age story in Secret Superstar. The Bollywood superstar produces and co-stars in the musical blockbuster written and directed by Advait Chandan. Teen actress Zaira Wasim, who made her debut as the young Geeta Phogat in Dangal, takes on another strong and inspiring role as a girl who dares to sing.
Talented 14-year-old girl Insia Malik (Zaira Wasim) dreams of becoming a singer, but her abusive father (Raj Arjun) disapproves and tramples on her aspirations. After receiving a laptop from her mom (Meher Vij), Insia begins to record and upload videos of her singing on YouTube under the username "Secret Superstar." To hide her identity, she wears a niqab in the videos which soon go viral. Insia's videos catch the attention of eccentric music director Shakti Kumar (Aamir Khan), who seeks her out for a collaboration.
Shuttle Life (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Sylvia Chang (Actor)
| Jack Tan (Actor)
| Chen Yan Wen (Actor)
| Gan Mei Yan (Actor)
Winner of Best Film, Best Actor and Best Cinematography at the 20th Shanghai International Film Festival's Asian New Talent Awards, Malaysian social drama Shuttle Life realistically depicts the lives and struggles of the poor and marginalized. Malaysian actor-singer Jack Tan and veteran actress Sylvia Chang star in short film director Tang Seng Kiat's haunting feature debut about a young man pushed to the limits by the poverty, mental illness and tragedy that befall his family.
Qiang (Jack Tan) lives in low-income housing with his younger sister Shan (Angel Chan) and his mentally unstable mother (Sylvia Chang), who must be approached with care. Shan is the only bright spot in Qiang's difficult life of shuttling around trying to make ends meet through odd jobs and petty crime. Then, tragedy strikes on Shan's birthday. Qiang loses his beloved sister to a motorcycle accident. At the hospital, he faces another uphill battle when he is unable to identify or retrieve her body without documentation.
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