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SFS Showcase @ GV Suntec: OUR SISTER MAMBO (PG)

What The story revolves around the Wong household, a middle-class family with four unmarried daughters, where the father acts as the glue while Mambo, the protagonist and third daughter, tries to get her other sisters hitched. Directed by Ho Wi Ding ("Pinoy Sunday").
When 15 July 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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Dir. Ho Wi Ding

2015 | Singapore | Comedy / Romance | In English and other languages with subtitles | 93min | PG

Cast: Michelle Chong, Moses Lim, Audrey Luo, Ethel Yap, Oon Shu An, Joey Leong, Siti Khalijah Zainal, Rani Singam, Muhammad Mahfuz Mazlan, Nelson Chia, Jonathan Leong, Shankara Ebi

Synopsis:  Our Sister Mambo is a modern-day romance comedy inspired by the Cathay classic, Our Sister Hedy, a 1957 Hong Kong production about a middle-class family with four unmarried daughters. Directed by Ho Wi Ding from a screenplay by Michael Chiang, the movie will star talented actress-director Michelle Chong, popular comedian Moses Lim (acting as Michelle’s father in the movie)  and acting talents from Singapore and Malaysia.

Set against the backdrop of modern Singapore, Our Sister Mambo follows the well-meaning efforts of the spritely second daughter, Mambo (Michelle Chong) to get her sisters – big sister Grace (Ethel Yap), third sister Rose (Oon Shun An) and baby sister June (Joey Leong) hitched, with hiccups and misunderstandings along the way. Watch Our Sister Mambo to find out how Mambo, with the help of her BFF Siti (Siti Khalijah) tries to steer things back on track.