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[Core Screenings] 19 Mar, 2014: 3 Days to Kill (9:10pm) / The Second Coming (9pm)

When 19 March 2014 (Wednesday)
Where Golden Village Marina
Marina Square Shopping Mall
5A Raffles Avenue #03/04-01
Marina Leisureplex
Singapore 039801

Admission for SFS Members and Reel membership card holders only -- flash your card to enter. You are welcome to bring up to 2 guests if you hold a SFS Reel membership card. 

Non-members may sign up at the door (cash only, exact change appreciated) -- we will issue membership on the spot. No tickets will be sold. Free seating.


Cinema One: 3 Days to Kill (PG13)

Rating: PG13
Director: Kevin Costner, Amber Heard, Hailee Steinfeld
Genre: Action/Adventure
Language: English
Running Time: 116 minutes

In this heart-pounding action-thriller, Kevin Costner is a dangerous international spy who is determined to give up his high-stakes life to finally build a closer relationship with his estranged wife and daughter, whom he's previously kept at arm's length to keep out of danger. But first, he must complete one last mission - even if it means juggling the two toughest assignments yet: hunting down the world's most ruthless terrorist and looking after his teenage daughter for the first time in ten years, while his wife is out of town.

Trailer can be found here.

Cinema Two: The Second Coming (NC16)


Rating: NC16
Cast: Maggie Shiu Mei Kei, Kenny Wong Tak Bun
Director: Herman Yau
Genre: Horror
Language: Mandarin 
Running Time: 86 min

Ming (Kenny Wong) and his wife Jen (Maggie Shiu) lead quiet ordinary lives with their 13-year-old daughter Lucy (Joey Leong), while their 20 year-old son Sunny (Don Li) is at medical school overseas. 

Things seem perfect until Ming accidentally knocks Lucy down with his car on the cusp of her 14th birthday. From then onwards, Lucy's behaviour turns bizarre. Sunny returns from school to find Ming more and more distant towards his sister. As Jen and Sunny struggle to decipher the cause of it all, Lucy's increasingly disturbing behaviour escalates into violence. 

When Lucy's dog gets killed and Ming comes to harm, dark and hidden secrets are unveiled one by one and the family is forced to confront their past, that deep down, they have never truly been able to forget or forgive themselves for. 

Truth, as they say, is stranger than fiction. No one in the family could have fathomed just how searing this confrontation will become as it culminates in twist after twist of shocking terror, unearthing a truth they could never have imagined.