Part mystery, part coming-of-age tale, the film explores memory and urbanization through two parallel stories, one about a young engineer and the other a boy. As the stories unfold, the connections between them proliferate and grow stranger.
In this mind-bending horror, a troubled young man whose father has mysteriously disappeared goes to a British mansion, where he gets stuck in a never-ending time loop and discovers astonishing facts about his past.
Can you feel the same love for two different people? After experiencing a passionate first love with a man who disappears, Asako meets an identical man years later with a polar-opposite personality. Will her past allow her to love him?
Bong Joon Ho, Leos Carax, and Michel Gondry present three short films that take us into an unseen Tokyo—where creatures lurk in sewers, shut-ins venture outside, and the streets can inspire metamorphosis.
Filmed entirely from inside a cable car, this unique documentary experience follows a range of passengers going to the ancient Hindu Manakamana Temple, 4,271 feet above Nepal. Join their peaceful yet exhilarating journey.
Shot over 8 years on Thailand’s railway system, this documentary offers an unprecedented immersion into the country’s past and present while contemplating an ever-shifting society whose railway plays an economic and psychological role in its history.
A struggling father and his two children are barely surviving on the streets of Taipei until they meet a lonely grocery clerk. From acclaimed director Tsai Ming-liang, the visually powerful film is bracingly pure in both its anger and its compassion.