Small Asian Films that Succeed Bigly

I'm basing small mostly on lack of promotion and reviews. All these are watched by less than 100 letterboxd'ers, a handful are in single digits, one only I have seen. Success is relative, but there is hardly a misstep in any of these films*. For those keeping score at home Yuki Tanada directed three of them. Bigly isn't a word.

*Actually there are some big league boners in all of them but for the sake of flow and brevity I've footnoted that Information.

  • Asyl: Park and Love Hotel
  • Echo of Silence
  • The Cowards who Looked to the Sky
  • A Blind River
  • A Stranger of Mine
  • 2/Duo
  • Blue Cha Cha
  • Where Have All the Flowers Gone
  • About the Pink Sky
  • Shady
  • Re-encounter
  • Ain't No Tomorrows
  • Tokyo Trash Baby
  • Night Train
  • Viewfinder
  • Birthright
  • Moon & Cherry
  • Sue, Mai & Sawa: Righting the Girl Ship
  • Loveholic
  • G'mor Evian!
  • Torso
  • Love & Loathing & Lulu & Ayano
  • Lost Indulgence
  • One Day
  • The Workhorse and The Bigmouth
  • A Quiet Dream