Midwives review – a Muslim and a Buddhist grapple with childbirth in strife-torn Myanmar

Sombre documentary shot over five years follows two healthcare workers as they deliver babies in a brutally divided societySnow Hnin Ei Hlaing’s documentary is about two midwives – one Buddhist, one Muslim – in Rakhine state in western Myanmar, on the …

K-everything: the rise and rise of Korean culture

From music to movies, technology to food, the world has fallen in love with everything South Korean. Ahead of a big London exhibition, Tim Adams visits Seoul in search of the origins of hallyu – the Korean waveOur critics on where to start with Korean …

‘Nobody gave us a hope in hell’: 83, the feelgood film about India’s underdog cricket team

Director Kabir Khan shares his memories of India’s surprise World Cup win, and imbuing his unconventional biopic with generational weightOn Sunday night, one film did a clean sweep of the awards at this year’s Indian film festival of Melbourne: 83, an …

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