PLEASE REMEMBER MAN-UP! ME
MISS AMERICA THEINDIA ROYAL TAILOR
YELLOW FLOWERS ON GREEN MAN-UP! GRASS
MISS INDIA YEUAMERICA (LOVE)
TSO-CHI CHANG / TAIWAN 2015 / 107 MINS
yellow flowers on THE green grass
Teetering on passionate yet murky relationships, THANATOS, DRUNK explores whether love and life have a place among those of the netherworld. No stranger to characters on the margins of society, director Tso-Chi Chang (WHEN LOVE COMES) thoughtfully hits the mark again with this ambiguously rocky, yet intimate story of love and loss.
VICTOR VU / VIETNAM 2015 / 103 MINS
SAT MAR 12 | 9:50PM | ROXIE SAT MAR 19 | 5:10PM | NEW PARKWAY
SUN MAR 13 | 12:00PM | ROXIE SUN MAR 20 | 2:20PM | NEW PARKWAY
“Umrika” is how a small village in India refers to “America.” One of their own decides to journey to “Umrika,” inspiring both hope and debate. When the village loses touch with its contested hero, his younger brother Rama and friend Lalu set out on their own to find him.
Pop music sensations Chi Pu and Gil Le light up the screen in Vietnam’s first mainstream LGBTQ film. Reunited with her childhood best friend, aspiring singer-songwriter Nhi must grapple with her own burgeoning feelings. A testament to the power of music, friendship and family — and a universal reminder that love wins.
PRASHANT NAIR / INDIA 2015 / 102 MINS
SUN MAR 13 | 12:20PM | ALAMO SAT MAR 19 | 3:00PM | NEW PARKWAY
Sweeping takes of Vietnam’s lush countryside and ragged seaside cliffs set a pastoral scene for Victor Vu’s box-office hit about two young brothers who share an inseparable, yet tumultuous bond. When jealousy erupts into violence over a shared love interest, older brother Thieu must seek redemption.
VIET MAX / VIETNAM 2015 / 105 MINS
SAT MAR 12 | 5:50PM | ALAMO
(Formerly the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival)