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Tokyo Oasis (Japan)

Opened Dec. 1

Drama. Directed by Kana Matsumoto. Touko, (Satomi Kobayashi), an obscure actress, leaves the film set of her latest project on a whim. Without any plans in mind, she begins to wander the streets of Tokyo, and comes across three random people. Right after leaving the set, she is offered a ride by a driver named Nagano. At a small theater venue, she chats with former screen writer Kikuchi. At the zoo, she runs into Yasuko, a young woman who has failed to get into an art school despite five attempts.
Chilling Romance (Korea)

Opened Dec. 1

Romance. Directed by Hwang In-ho. Yeo-ri (Son Ye-jin), who has the unusual ability to see ghosts, has never dated in her life and lives in seclusion. One day she is approached by Jo-goo (Lee Min-ki), a struggling magician who has a huge crush on her. While Yeo-ri is used to being surrounded by ghosts all the time, Jo-goo feels threatened by them. And even though he constantly feels his life is in danger, he cannot give up on Yeo-ri. 

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1(U.S.)

Opened Nov. 30

Fantasy. Romance. Directed by Bill Condon. Newly married Bella (Kristen Stewart) and vampire Edward (Robert Pattinson) go off on their honeymoon to a private island off the coast of Brazil. While enjoying herself with her husband, Bella realizes she may be pregnant with a half-vampire baby. As Bella gets confirmation that she is actually pregnant, the couple immediately leaves the island and returns to their home. Worried that the baby, which has some supernatural powers, could hurt Bella even before it is born, Edward suggests terminating the pregnancy. 

50/50 (U.S.)

Opened Nov. 24

Comedy. Drama. Directed by Jonathan Levine. Radio script writer Adam (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) has nothing to worry about. Life is good for the 27-year-old, who is more than happy with his job as well as his talented artist girlfriend. Everything changes, however, when he finds out he has a rare, fatal spinal cancer. Soon after he starts chemotherapy, his girlfriend decides not to stay with him. As Adam sinks into despair, his ever-optimistic friend Kyle (Seth Rogen) and young female therapist Katherine (Anna Kendrick) try their best to help him deal with his ordeal.

SIU (Korea)

Opened Nov. 24

Crime. Directed by Hwang Byeong-gook. When his colleague is brutally murdered by an unknown assailant, detective Seomg-beom (Eom Tae-woong), with the support of the Police Agency, sets up a special investigation team to chase down the killer. He gets Ho-ryong (Joo Won) a former FBI member, as his partner. After investigating, the duo pegs working police officer Park Gyeong-sik (Kim Jeong-tae) as the suspect. It is also revealed that Park has been receiving bribes from adult entertainment business owners, who wanted to avoid crackdowns.

Lovable (Korea)

Opened Nov. 24

Drama. Directed by Park Cheol-soon. Da-seul, a 9-year-old girl who lives alone with her uncle and grandmother in a small fishing town in Korea’s southern region, loves to doodle and paint on every wall and street of her neighborhood. People in town complain about her doodling, but her grandmother and uncle won’t stop her from having fun. Then winter arrives in her remote town, and Da-seul makes a snowman. Because it rarely snows in the region, Da-seul is desperate to keep her snowman from melting, and makes a plan to do so.