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SFS Talkies @ GV Suntec: RUBBERS (R21)

What When condoms become the containers of three tales of love, lust and seduction. With post-screening Q&A session with director Han Yew Kwang.
When 6 May 2015 (Wednesday), 9:00pm
Where Golden Village Suntec City
3 Temasek Boulevard #03-373 Suntec City Mall Singapore 038983 (East Atrium, next to Tower 4, Level 3)

Admission for SFS members only -- flash your membership card to go in. You may bring up to 2 guests if you hold a SFS Reel membership card.  Non-members may sign up online or at the door -- we will issue membership on the spot.  No tickets will be sold.  Free seating.  Our booth will open 30 mins before the screening time.


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*With post-screening Q&A session with director Han Yew Kwang.

Dir. Han Yew Kwang
2015 | Singapore | Comedy / Romance | In Mandarin and English with English subtitles | 86min | R21 (Sexual Content)

Awards:  Singapore Panorama selection (Singapore International Film Festival)

Brief Synopsis:  Director Han Yew Kwang wants Singaporeans to laugh more and have more sex.  The three stories in "Rubbers" revolve round love, seduction and punishment.  But enough about themes and theories; this is a funny film, seriously.  Han specialises in quirky comedies and here are some of the quirks: a suicidal magical realistic condom, a “Nordic” plumber, an egghead vendor of sexual apparatuses, and the best “sucker” in the world.  Cue laughs (and lust) aplenty.  Serious people are strongly cautioned, for this film contains indiscriminately hot situations, and fine local actors including Yeo Yann Yann in her most suggestive role yet.

About the Director:  Han Yew Kwang is writer-director known for his award-winning short "The Call Home", his Mandarin comedy features "Unarmed Combat" (2005), "18 Grams of Love" (2007) and "When Hainan Meets Teochew" (2010), and sitcoms such as "Folks Jump Over The Wall" (2008).