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Limbless but limitless Ototake

There are many heroes and wise people in this world, but to Greek philosopher Plato, only those who choose to use and share their good deeds with others are truly accomplished.
2013/4/26
Abba (阿爸)

“Abba” (阿爸) is a musical documentary about the life and legacy of Hong Yi-feng (洪一峰, 1927-2010), one of the most iconic popular musicians in post-World War II Taiwan.
2011/10/21
Young at Heart: Grandma Cheerleaders (青春啦啦隊)

Golden Horse Award-winning director Yang Li-chou (楊力州) strikes the perfect balance between entertainment and education in his latest documentary, “Young at Heart: Grandma Cheerleaders” (青春啦啦隊), about a Kaohsiung-based cheerleading team with an average age of 70.
2011/5/6
Everlasting Moments (靈魂的旅程)

An ethnographic film, “Everlasting Moments” (靈魂的旅程) explores the institutionalized discrimination of aboriginal peoples in Taiwan through a narrative woven from a composite of drama and documentary.
2011/4/15
Jackass 3D (無厘取鬧3D)

3D would seem tailor-made for the guys from “Jackass.”
2011/1/21
City of Life and Death 南京!南京!

Director Lu Chuan ("The Missing Gun," "Kekexili") is not a mouthpiece for the Chinese Communist Party, nor is he a troublemaker.
2009/10/30
The September Issue 時尚惡魔的聖經

Audiences of the new fashion documentary “The September Issue” looking for a Prada-wearing Devil are likely to be disappointed.
2009/9/25
Coco Before Chanel 時尚女王香奈兒

One of the most highly anticipated movies of the year, “Coco Avant Chanel” is not a film about fashion per se, but instead it is about a pioneering woman in the fashion industry.
2009/8/21
Once in a while, a movie arrives at such a perfect moment, its message and meaning so finely tuned to the current zeitgeist, that it seems less a cinematic event than a cosmic convergence, willed into being by a once-in-a-lifetime alignment of the stars.
2009/2/20
Milk 自由大道
Man on Wire 偷天鋼索人

Atop the twin towers of the World Trade Center, the high-wire walker Philippe Petit is an epic poem in motion. In "Man on Wire," the site of his accomplishment -- he walked back and forth between the towers eight times in his 1974 acrobatic feat -- registers, in its own balletic way, as potently as King Kong climbing to the top of the Empire State Building.
2009/2/6
  
  
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