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1. lifestyle | 13 Dec 2013
» The year-end ritual is upon us again. The best-of lists and top-10s galore are here to put some sort of order into the vast and chaotic world of everything, especially movies. Some of these lists are treasure maps that p...
2. lifestyle | 06 Dec 2013
» Always gentle, always composed, the films of Hirokazu Kore-eda also register quiet devastation, often within the family. The stirring _ the earthquake, even _ usually happens beneath the surface of calm. Two years ago he...
3. opinion | 30 Nov 2013
» Finally, we've arrived at the point where Suthep Thaugsuban wants to be Jennifer Lawrence (I shudder). If not in looks and curves, then in the spirit of her character: the Girl on Fire who sparks hope and conquers fe...
4. lifestyle | 29 Nov 2013
» Mary is happy, Mary is happy _ say it twice, like a mindless mantra, and the prescription for teenage bliss takes on a melancholic undertone.
5. lifestyle | 29 Nov 2013
» Jon, played with peacocky relish by writer-director-actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, is a swaggering stud addicted to internet porn. He loves masturbating to it (his record, 11 times in a night), because he believes spanking ...
6. lifestyle | 22 Nov 2013
» Searching for memories is hard when the past brings back nothing much but pain. Iv Charbonneau-Ching knows the feeling well. In his documentary film Cambodia, After Farewell, which will show tomorrow at World Film Festiv...
7. opinion | 16 Nov 2013
» Maps are back. Or precisely, the interpretative wildcard that accompanies maps.
8. lifestyle | 15 Nov 2013
» Here we go again. The 11th World Film Festival of Bangkok kicks off tonight with The Rocket, and over the next 10 days more than 50 films will be made available for your perusal at SF World Cinema at Central World.
9. opinion | 09 Nov 2013
» From the vantage point of a Haagen-Dazs parlour, democracy was alive, kicking, pretty, high-pitched and well-dressed, mostly in black and white. Let's say it's democracy, for convenience's sake, when in fact ...
10. lifestyle | 08 Nov 2013
» Officially and conceptually, this is an Australian film. Linguistically and thematically, it is a Lao one, while practically and physically, it is very much Thai. Never mind nationality, a good film is a good film. And i...