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SFS Talkies @ SCAPE Gallery: OUTSIDERS (R21)

What Sam Loh's debut independent feature “Outsiders” contains objectionable scenes that required mandatory cuts from IMDA leading to the film’s withdrawal from SIFF 2004, and it had not been shown publicly in Singapore ever since. This is a very, very rare opportunity to see "Outsiders" uncut, with post-screening dialogue with director Sam Loh.
When 17 June 2017 (Saturday), 7:00pm
Where *Scape
113 Somerset Road, Singapore 238165
Admission

Admission for SFS members with valid Individual Membership or Reel Card. You may bring up to 2 guests if you hold a SFS Reel Card.

 

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OUTSIDERS

Dir. Sam Loh

2004 | Singapore | Experimental/Thriller | In English | 82 mins | R21 (Sexual Violence & Mature Content)

Mention the name Sam Loh and local film fans would almost immediately connect the filmmaker with gratuitous sex and violence, genre elements that are seldom seen in Singapore cinema. His recent feature films “Lang Tong” and “Siew Lup” were notorious for pushing the envelope of content that are allowed by our film censors for mainstream theatrical release. His debut independent feature “Outsiders” contains objectionable scenes that required mandatory cuts from IMDA leading to the film’s withdrawal from SIFF 2004, and it had not been shown publicly in Singapore ever since.

This is a very, very rare opportunity to see "Outsiders" uncut, with post-screening dialogue with director Sam Loh.