Documentary We Will Have Everything – Jiang Nengjie
– $3.49 $169.00 Mentally disabled group is large but rarely appear in ordinary people's vision in China. With extraordinary patience and love from the charity, can these special people enjoy basic human rights and strive to live independently? Documentary Maid for Sale – Dima Al-Joundi
– $4.99 $299.00 Sri Lankan women used to be the largest single group of foreign domestic workers in Lebanon. This film chronicles three women and their stories that intertwine charged with hope and despair. Documentary, Drama, Experimental Anrakuto – Hikaru Suzuki
– $2.99 $139.00 Anrakuto tells a real story between a broken Japanese family and an illegal immigrant from South Korea. They find a new balance in their relationship, and together they form an offbeat new family. Documentary Bilal – Sourav Sarangi
– $4.99 $299.00 A three-year-old boy named Bilal lives with his blind parents in the slums of Kolkata. Although he is very little, he already knows a lot about life and plays an important role in his family. Documentary Why Not Coming Back – Hui Dapeng
– $2.99 $139.00 Most of the remains of the Chinese expeditionary soldiers who fought in Myanmar have not been properly preserved even until today. When can they return home and rest in peace? Drama Journey to the South – Wiseman Wang
– $3.49 $169.00 This film describes a Chinese gasoline tanker truck driver driving all the way south. On the way he encountered various AMAZING schemes to make him pay, which forces him to strike back. Comedy, Drama The Debts – Wiseman Wang
– $3.99 $199.00 This film depicts a series of dark-humor absurdities in a small town in south China caused by a private lottery ticket to reflect a variety of illegal activities in society.