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Most Western audiences knew little or nothing about cinema from the Far East until the arrival of Akira Kurosawa on international screens heralded a wave of Japanese classics in 1950s. Since then, nearly every corner of Asia has made its mark on world cinema, offering a rich regional array sprawling from popular martial arts and "extreme" horror opuses to stylized dramas and vérité-type realism.

Genres / International / Asian