These are six films you shouldn’t miss at the 21st Asian Film Festival of Dallas, which will take place from July 21 – 24, 2022 in Dallas, Texas.
July 22, 2022 | Friday | Angelika Film Center | 2:00 pm
The leading clown role in a renowned theatre troupe passes on, and is welcomed into the Underworld. As he relives his vivid memories one last time before entering the afterlife, 50 years of art, struggle and love play out against the background of 20th century China’s tumultuous history. (AFFD 2022)
July 22, 2022 | Friday | Angelika Film Center | 8:00 pm
Chisato and Mahilo are two high school girls who are about to graduate. They also happen to both be highly skilled assassins.When the organization they work for orders them to share a room, the relationship between turns sour. (AFFD 2022)
July 23, 2022 | Saturday | Angelika Film Center | 4:00 pm
Margaret Chang (Ally Maki) reluctantly returns to her hometown along with her hapless brothers (Hayden Szeto, Peter S. Kim) to deal with the sudden depression of their complete-jerk father (Dana Lee). It turns out Dad is nicer depressed than well, and the siblings wonder if they should even get him better as they struggle to find a solution in this comedic drama.
July 22, 2022 | Friday | Angelika Film Center | 5:30 pm
Haruka, a young recognized female entrepreneur, was forced to retire from her company due to the abuse of her authority. For her pride, she attempts to sell her family home and starts her new business, despite her two brothers and a sister living and running a small restaurant at the house. (AFFD 2022)
July 24, 2022 | Sunday | Angelika Film Center | 12:00 pm
After hiding in the mountains for a century, a Miao Christian choir is discovered by an official and becomes a national sensation. Two young Miaos must reconcile their faith, identity and love with the real world of China. (AFFD 2022)
July 23, 2022 | Saturday | Angelika Film Center | 6:30 pm
A hearing-impaired woman with dreams of becoming a professional boxer due to the pandemic is threatened closure of her boxing club and the illness of its aging president, who has been her biggest supporter, push her to the limit. (AFFD 2022)
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