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Director Siew Hua Yeo Presents a Different Side of Singapore in “A Land Imagined”

Singaporean director Siew Hua Yeo was present at the Philippine / South East Asian premiere of his film “A Land Imagine” and graced the audience for a Q&A after the screening.

Watch our video coverage of the Q& A below:

Set in industrial Singapore, police investigator Lok must find missing migrant worker Wang.

Wang suffers a worksite accident and is anxious about repatriation. Unable to sleep, Wang starts frequenting a dreamy cybercafé in the dead of the night. Hoping to look for some form of human connection in this foreign land he feels alienated from, Wang forms a virtual friendship with a mysterious gamer that takes a sinister turn.

When Wang suddenly disappears, Lok digs deep into the trail leading to a land reclamation site, in order to uncover the truth beneath all that sand.

Check out the remaining screenings of “A Land Imagined” at the QCinema International Film Festival 2018 below:

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