Category: NY Asian Film Festival

2018 NYAFF BLOOD OF WOLVES Review

BLOOD OF WOLVES (KORO ORĂ” NO CHI) is a kinetically charged yakuza movie with over the top, stylishly done frenetic scenes of sex (good, bad, naughty), violence, depravity, debauchery and dehumanization, all inextricably connected to systemic police corruption. The result is a topnotch cop-crime story.

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From vicious, life-destroying phone scams to balletic battles between equally corrupt cops and yakuza, NYAFF offers films that reflect on contemporary society while offering extreme genre pleasures.

New York Asian American Film Festival 2018, June 29 – July 15

A critically acclaimed film festival programmed and operated by Subway Cinema. Featuring contemporary premieres and classic titles from Eastern Asia and Southeast Asia (particularly Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, China, and Thailand), though South Asian cinema has also been represented via films from India and Pakistan.[1][2] Genres featured in the film festival includes Horror film, Gangster/Crime, Martial Arts, and Action.