Thursday, September 29, 2005

Tokyo Filmex lineup out

No Thai films at Tokyo Filmex, but it's still got a great lineup of Asian films.

The opening is Sha Po Lang. I don't suppose there's a chance that what appears to be the best martial-arts film of the year will play in Bangok theatres soon?

What caught my eye was Rithy Panh's The Burnt Theatre.

There's also a full-length version of Il-gon Song's Magician(s).

And there's some Japanese horror films from the 1950s, including The Mansion of the Ghost Cat, The Lady Vampire and Ghost Story of Yotsuya. There's also some Wakayama Tomasboro (Lone Wolf and Cub) films, Okatsu the Avenger and Dandy Sashichi Detective Story - Six Famous Beauties.

(Cross-published at Rotten Tomatoes)

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