Late Autumn (2010) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)

Late Autumn (2010) (Blu-ray) (Normal Edition) (Korea Version)
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Family Ties director Kim Tae Yong transplants Lee Man Hee’s sixties classic Late Autumn to Seattle for an English-language remake starring two of Asia’s biggest names, Tang Wei (Lust, Caution) and Hyun Bin (Come Rain, Come Shine). Tang Wei won Best Actress at the 47th Baeksang Arts Awards for her performance.

Inmate Anna (Tang Wei) is granted three-day parole to attend her mother’s funeral. On the bus to Seattle, she meets a caddish man on the run, Hoon (Hyun Bin). More similar than they realize, the two bond as they tour the city and play-act different scenarios, knowing that their time together is shortlived. What’s left unsaid is as important as what is said in this evocative story of fleeting passion and solace.

This edition comes with a postcard and special features including commentary, “One Day in Seattle,” deleted scenes with commentary, music video and trailer..
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The Longest Night In Shanghai (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)

The Longest Night In Shanghai (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
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From Spring Subway to Curiosity Kills the Cat, Sixth Generation director Zhang Yibai has shown a knack for capturing the state of modern relationships in the constant bustle of present-day China. Unlike some of his peers, Zhang points a realistic, but also audience-friendly lens towards his characters and urban landscape, aesthetically depicting small lives in the big city. He previously explored cross-cultural relationships in his Shanghai segment of the pan-Asian omnibus About Love, and The Longest Night in Shanghai returns to the theme, portraying an unlikely romantic encounter in the glittering metropolis. The film brings together top Mainland actress Vicki Zhao (Shaolin Soccer) and award-winning Japanese actor Motoki Masahiro (Shall We Dance?) for this Roman Holiday-like romantic comedy of errors. Along for the ride is a very star-studded international cast including Nishida Naomi (Train Man), Dylan Kuo (The Outsiders), Sam Lee (Made in Hong Kong), Naoto Takenaka, and Tsukamoto Takashi (A Song to the Sun), who starred in Zhang’s About Love segment.

Japanese makeup artist Mizushima Naoki (Motoki Masahiro) is in Shanghai on a job. Wandering by himself at night, he takes a knocking from reckless taxi driver Lin Xi (Vicki Zhao), but is luckily unharmed. After some language confusion, Naoki gets into the taxi, mistaking Lin Xi’s insistent friendliness as an invitation for a free tour of Shanghai. Little does he know, Lin Xi is planning on taking this well-heeled foreigner on a very roundabout tour of Shanghai, with the meter running. As Naoki’s worried colleagues set off in search for him, Lin Xi and Naoki slowly develop a bond that transcends their language gap..
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Vulgaria (2012) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)

Vulgaria (2012) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Profanity can turn to gold in the hands of Pang Ho Cheung! The popular writer-director, fresh off his success with hit rom-com Love in the Buff, has outdone himself once again with Vulgaria, an uproarious satire starring Chapman To as a struggling producer who goes to extreme lengths to get a film made. Despite its abundance of crude language and raunchy gags like some intimate animal love and an innovative use of popping candy, the over-the-top Category-III comedy went on to become one of the highest-grossing Hong Kong films of 2012.

Featuring a stellar supporting cast that includes Ronald Cheng, Dada Chan, Kristal Tin, Simon Loui, Fiona Sit, Miriam Yeung, Vincent Kuk, Lam Suet, Jim Chim, Hayama Hiro and Susan Shaw, Vulgaria cleverly delivers biting commentary on the bizarre world of showbiz without forgetting its lowbrow roots. Entertaining audiences at various film festivals around the world, Pang’s latest hit has received a number of international accolades as well as three nominations at the 49th Golden Horse Awards, namely Best Actor (Chapman To), Best Supporting Actor (Ronald Cheng) and Best Supporting Actress (Dada Chan).

Movie producer To Wai Cheung (Chapman To) shares his extraordinary filmmaking experiences with aspiring film students at a college seminar. Desperate to find funding for his project and the alimony to pay his lawyer ex-wife (Kristal Tin), To is introduced through his well-connected friend (Simon Loui) to Mainland mob boss T-Rex (Ronald Cheng), who has a very unusual preference in food and sex. After making the ultimate sacrifice, To manages to convince T-Rex to finance his movie, but on one condition it has to be a remake of the 70s softcore classic Confession of a Concubine featuring T-Rex’s childhood favorite sex bomb, Susan Shaw (as herself)! Even though To has secured the main casting with the 3D Sex and Zen star Hayama Hiro (as himself), and young sexy model “Popping Candy” (Dada Chan) standing in for Shaw, the ill-fated project is beset by one trouble after another….
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The Front Line (DVD) (Malaysia Version)

The Front Line (DVD) (Malaysia Version)
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Winner of Best Film at the 48th Daejong Film Awards, The Front Line brings audiences to the final battlefield of the Korean War, the mad scramble for a small scrap of land of strategic significance. Another critical and commercial success for Secret Reunion director Jang Hoon, the gritty war movie is scripted by JSA author Park Sang Yeon, and shares similar themes to JSA about camaraderie among enemies at the North-South border. As in his previous films, Jang Hoon again excels at bringing out brotherhood and humanity amid the harsh reality of war and survival. Popular actors Ko Su (White Night) and Shin Ha Kyun (Thirst) star as lieutenants on the front line, along with a cast of soldiers that includes Ryu Seung Ryong (Battlefield Heroes), Ko Chang Seok (Rough Cut), Lee Je Hoon (Bleak Night), Ryu Seung Soo (Second Half), David Lee (Poetry), and lone actress Kim Ok Bin (Thirst), who holds her own as a North Korean sniper.

A ceasefire has been declared in the final days of the Korean War, but this only marks the beginning of an endless battle to capture strategic points that will determine the future border between the two Koreas. On the front line, South and North Korean battalions fight relentlessly over a small hill that changes hands between the two sides practically everyday. In the midst of the battle, a South Korean commander is found dead, indicating there may be a mole in the company. Sent to the front to investigate the matter, intelligence officer Kang Eun Pyo (Shin Ha Kyun) is surprised to find that his old friend Kim Soo Hyuk (Ko Su) is not only leading the troops, but a far different man than the weakling he once was. Soo Hyuk and his willful unit are a strange, rule-bending bunch, and Eun Pyo soon experiences himself the futile fighting and tacit amity between soldiers on the front line, caught in a deadly war of attrition as the days count down to ceasefire..
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Kiki’s Delivery Service (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)

Kiki's Delivery Service (Blu-ray) (Multi-Language & Subtitled) (Region Free) (Japan Version)
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Renowned animation house Studio Ghibli and director Miyazaki Hayao offer a different kind of coming-of-age tale with Kiki’s Delivery Service. Based on the children’s book by Kadono Eiko, Miyazaki’s much-beloved youth romance follows the journey of a 13-year-old witch-in-training who goes to the big city and becomes an entrepreneur by starting her own delivery service. While the story is pure fantasy, Kiki’s Delivery Service is an enchanting, but down-to-earth tale about finding confidence in yourself and the magic of young love. After winning multiple awards in Japan, Kiki’s also set a new record for the highest-grossing animated theatrical release in Japanese cinema history – until Miyazaki beat his own record three years later with Porco Rosso.

When a witch reaches 13 years old, she must go off and live alone for a year. For her training, Kiki takes off to the port city Koriko with her best friend, a black cat named Jiji. After a difficult start, Kiki manages to make friends and even start a delivery service that takes advantage of her flying abilities. She is also pursued by Tombo, a teenager who is an aviation enthusiast and intrigued by Kiki’s powers. One day, in the biggest crisis of her young life, Kiki suddenly loses her flying powers and the ability to talk to Jiji. Will Kiki be able to get her powers back?

Blu-ray Edition includes storyboards (in picture-in-picture mode), dubbing script, the video clip “Ursula no e”, a picture label, and trailers..
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