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A brave, disturbing and violent animated film about bullying and class difference that leaves a mark.
This sells itself as a noir thriller with a twist, but amounts to something a little different...
What begins as a twisted black comedy evolves into a psychologically fascinating journey - and proves another terrific cinematic entry for Iran.
A slow-burner, but it\'s engrossing, complex and rich in detail.
A slow-burning and unconventional romance vies for the festival\'s top prize.
One of the stranger cinematic excursions at this year\'s festival...
It strives for significance and it definitely sounds like a conversation-starter, but this Iranian-based drama unfortunately overreaches.
So it\'s definitely not the feel-good hit of the festival. This Japanese offering is a chilling, sometimes disturbing wallow in sadism and misogyny.
If you\'re a Tasmanian film fan tired of missing out on the festival action, get along to the MyState BOFA Film Festival, setting its sights on becoming one of the state\'s biggest annual events.
One of our bloggers went along to the mad splatterfest that was the Opening Night of the Fantastic Asia Film Festival.