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Singapore 2019
produced by
Tay Kok Leng (executive), Soo Ye Wah (executive), Goh Sok Hwa (executive) for Monkey & Boar
directed by Goh Ming Siu, Scott C. Hillyard
starring Gerald Chew, Amy Cheng, Sivakumar Palakrishnan, Rachel Wan, Matthew Loo, Andrew Lua, Candice de RozarioGoh Ming Siu, Jennifer Ebron, Chua Luan Kwee, Lee Sea Moi, Irene Chua, Lam Koon Chong, Farina Saptu, Faiz Mustafa, Audrey Luo, Tay Kok Len, Goh Siang Seng, Mohamed Herman Abu Bakar, Angels Yeung, Daniel Jenkins, Scott C. Hillyard, Louis C. Hillyard, Shaina Karim, Gillian Tan, Rey Lee, Shaquille Daniel, Julia Tari, Neo Swee Lin , Grace Chong, Damien Teo, Victoria Lim, Andrew Hillyard, Joshua Chua, Goh Kong Tat, Atikah Suhaime, Benjamin Chow, Rajid Ahamed, Noriff Danial Ashriq, Angelica Muk, Cynthia Kuang, Nicole G. Pereira-Clarke, Fish Chaar, Awad Salim, Melissa Faith Yeo, Lim Kay Siu, Shane Mardjuki, Edward Choy, Suhaillah Salam, Luqman Mohamad, Jed Tay
written by Goh Ming Siu, Scott C. Hillyard, music by Teo Wei Yong

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jim (Gerald Chew) is in the fortunate position to be able to afford every comfort for himself and his wife Linda (Amy Cheng) and daughter Ashley (Rachel Wan), including a fancy car, a nice condo with swimming pool on the balcony, and of course a live-in maid (Jennifer Ebron). But then, just like that he loses his job, which is such a blow for him and his honour that he can't even tell his wife - in fact he only tells it to his best friend Vinod (Sivakumar Palakrishnan). And when he tries to get a new job at about his pay scale, he notices that nobody is in much need for a fifty year old, and eventually he becomes a cab driver - but unfortunately all the money he makes he ultimately loses in an online trading scheme, making his situation more desparate than ever. However, his life on the downward spiral has also awakened a dormant evil force, that somehow has always been with him, but Jim only now connects the dots between the not always quite natural thing that happen to him now and incidents in the past with his kid sister (Victoria Lim) at a playground, and with Vinod (played in flashbacks by Rajid Ahamed) when they served in the army, incidfents that suggest demonic possession. And that demon it seems is back ...


A very unusual piece of genre cinema, basically because the horror aspects of the story take backseat here, with the story's build-up being more reminiscent of straight drama with a hint of social commentary. And it's actually a story that's very relatable, with the audience becoming easily invested - which of course makes the horror elements all the more shocking. Also the film cleverly leaves key information in the dark for very long so that its resolution hits really hard, making this one one cool experience for sure.


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