FILM New Releases Train Man (Japanese) (I): Takayuki Yamada plays a shy computer geek who rescues a young lady (Miki Nakatani) from the clutches of a pervert. And when he falls in love with her, he seeks advice on how to act from the place he knows - the internet. Not reviewed. Transporter 2 (IIB): Wide boy Jason Statham returns as ex-Special Forces man Frank Martin. This time around he's working for a rich family, and when their kids are kidnapped, he goes on the hunt for the bad guys. Louis Leterrier directs. Not reviewed. General Releases April Snow (Korean) (IIB): Bae Yong-jun and Son Ye-jin play two people brought together after their partners' affair is revealed. MS Broken Flowers (IIA): Jim Jarmusch's tale of an ageing Lothario (Bill Murray) who goes on a search for a long-lost son. MS Cinderella Man (IIA): Ron Howard directs this superb biopic with Russell Crowe shining as boxer James Braddock whose rise from obscurity captured hearts all over the US during the Depression. MS Embrace Your Shadow (Cantonese) (IIB): Joe Ma directs Fiona Sit as a poor girl who falls for a boy (Dylan Kwok) from the wrong side of the tracks. PF The Emperor's Journey (French and Cantonese versions) (I): A remarkable film that follows 12 months in the lives of Antarctica's emperor penguin colony as the birds struggle to survive and breed. MS Everlasting Regret (Putonghua) (IIA): Stanley Kwan's film tells the tale of a woman (Sammi Cheng) in Shanghai whose life reflects the city's changing fortunes. Also stars Daniel Wu and Tony Leung Ka-fai. PF The Flower of Evil (French) (IIB): Director Claude Chabrol looks at three generations of one family and how a crime comes back to haunt them all. MS On the Mountain of Tai Hang (Putonghua) (IIB): Director Wei Lian's film about the war against Japan that follows commander- in-chief Zhu De and the Eighth Route Army into battle. Stars Wong Wufu and Xu Guangming, Tony Leung Ka-fai. PF The Skeleton Key (IIB): Kate Hudson finds herself looking after an old man in a creepy house. MS Wait Till You're Older (Cantonese) (I): Teddy Chen directs this Andy Lau vehicle in which a young boy, mourning his mother's death, meets an old man who boasts of a mysterious potion that can speed up life. MS Art House Hong Kong and Japan: Early Co-productions: Selection of films produced in the 1950-60s by a collaboration of Hong Kong and Japanese film companies. Today-Oct 10, $40 Urbtix. Inquiries: www.filmarchive.gov.hk Hong Kong Asian Film Festival: Films by the most talented new filmmakers in the region. Today-Oct 11, various venues and times, $50-65. Inquiries: 2388 3188 Crying Fist: Director Ryoo Seung-wan creates a dramatic portrayal of two boxers determined to win an amateur title. Fipresci prize winner at Cannes Film Festival 2005. In Korean with Chinese and English subtitles. Today, 9.30pm, Palace IFC, Podium L1, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central; Sun, 9.40pm, Palace APM, Shop L6-1, Level 6, APM, Millennium City 5, 418 Kwun Tong Rd, Kwun Tong. $50-$65. Inquiries: 2388 3188 20 Fingers: Captured in seven scenes inside a vehicle, two people engage in dialogue that signifies the dependencies, limitations, power struggles and conflict that besets couples in the Middle East. Filmmaker Mania Akbari won best feature debut, Venice Film Festival 2004. In Persian with English subtitles. Today, 9.40pm, Broadway Cinematheque, Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei; Oct 10, 7.40pm, Palace IFC, Podium L1, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central; $50-$65. Inquiries: 2388 3188 Werckmeister Harmonies: Hungarian director Bela Tarr's unofficial finale (2000, B/W) to his Hungarian Plain trilogy. The film follows sullen Janos (Lars Rudolph) in a bleak, impoverished town as he encounters a circus bearing an enormous dead whale and a bizarre Prince. In Hungarian with English subtitles. Tomorrow, 7.30pm, HK Science Museum, Lecture Hall, 2 Science Museum Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East. $50 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2970 3300 A Night in Hong Kong: Japan's Takarada Akira plays a foreign correspondent in Hong Kong, who romances Hong Kong's Lucilla You Min in a series of beautiful settings. Tomorrow, 7.15pm, HK Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho; Sun, 7.30pm, HK Science Museum, Lecture Hall, 2 Science Museum Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui East, $40 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 2900 The Sunflowers: In a sunflower field, Ma Xiaogang raped a girl and was sent to jail. After his release, he sells sunflower seeds and starts sending letters to the girl who eventually shows up in his shop. Post-screening discussion with the director, Wang Bao Min. In Putonghua with Chinese and English subtitles. Tomorrow, 7.30pm, Oct 9, 4pm, Broadway Cinematheque, Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei, $50. Inquiries: 2388 3188 A Side, B Side, Seaside: The film tells the story of two 17-year old girls - Chen Tian and Ah Mei who visit Cheung Chau and discover a turning point in their lives. In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles. Sat, 5.50pm, Broadway Cinematheque, Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei; $50-$65. Inquiries: 2388 3188 Three Times: Hou Hsiao-hsien explores euphoria in different situations: a soldier tries to find a 'pool hall gal'; a man wins the admiration of a courtesan; and a bisexual woman becomes involved in a three-way affair. In Mandarin and Fujianese with English subtitles. Sun, 9.40pm, Broadway Cinematheque, Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei, $65. Inquiries: 2388 3188 Damnation: A woman has an affair with a bar singer then persuades her husband into a smuggling racket. Directed by Bela Tarr (1987). In Hungarian with English subtitles. Sun, 7.30pm, Agnes b. Cinema, HK Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai, $50 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2970 3300 Albert Einstein: A film that marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of the theory of relativity. Daily, 2.40pm and 6.10pm, Space Theatre, HK Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST. $24, $32 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2721 0226. Ends Nov 21 Mad about movies? Join film editor Mathew Scott On the Spot at 11am today and every Thursday in our interactive Q&A session. Mathew will be online to discuss everything from the latest box office hits to arthouse classics, works in progress and what the stars are up to.