Liang is sure he wants to end his life. Less sure is how exactly he wants to do it. According to the Internet, eating 40 spoons of cinnamon, 400 pieces of chewing gum or 215 carrots at once will do the trick, but it’s hardly practical. But then he comes across a copy of Yukio… Continue reading LIFE FOR SALE


Pauline is a psychologist who gives compulsory courses to drivers who got their license revoked because they thought they were auditioning for FAST X. But lecturing about traffic rules to a bunch of Neanderthal road warriors with a gearstick between their legs is no picnic… Nothing gets through their thick skulls, especially coming from a… Continue reading BONNE CONDUITE


Sutheast Asia is not just a holiday paradise. It’s also the favorite haven of the Korean underworld, where they can continue to squeeze out a buck from all the Korean tourists and businessmen. Detective Ma and Captain Jeon travel to Vietnam to extradite a gangster. The guy actually sought refuge in the embassy because his… Continue reading THE ROUNDUP


Hong Kong suffers from a wave of murders that are equally brutal and unexplainable. Determined to put an end to the bloodshed, the police assemble a special team that discover several things. One, that all the murders seem connected to one another, since every victim was a suspect in an unsolved case. Two, that the… Continue reading DETECTIVE VS SLEUTHS

Divine Accounts

Monica is a normal woman with a normal life in any place in any of these modern times. However, one day, for an unimportant detail that could have been resolved like any other previous disagreement, she kills her husband. She thus discovers crime as a substitute for anxiolytics, liberation from all hypocritical moralism and, why… Continue reading Divine Accounts

Black Loves

A duel behind closed doors in the form of verbal jousting that pays tribute to the Film Noir, with a good touch of Belgian-style absurdity.


Vincent and Niels, his young padawan, are the happiest art thieves in the world. They have succeeded in stealing the famous Black Square by Kasimir Malevich, considered a masterpiece of Russian avant-garde. Now they are to sell the work to a filthy rich client on a cruise ship, cash in the 60 mill price tag… Continue reading THE BLACK SQUARE


Gulf of Mexico, end of the 70’s. A town like an oil stain, where the pitch-black plumes of the refineries are but a pale projection of society’s crawling underbelly ripped open and spilled out all over the pavement. The kind of place where corpses showing up on your evening stroll isn’t anything out of the… Continue reading THE BLACK MINUTES