So, if the case of Amy Cheong did not arise – would the MDA who initially given rating M18 license to “Sex.Violence.FamilyValues.” screen the movie to local cinemas here in Singapore?
Synopsis – First-time director Ken Kwek tells three iconoclastic stories in a short film that pitches political correctness out the window of Singapore mainstream cinema. A kindergarten principal finds three morbid cartoons drawn by her docile star pupil. An actor struggles with his role in a post-modern ‘romance porno’. A middle-aged nightclub bouncer faces off with a rebellious teenage stripper.
Wondering if there is the unofficial release of this movie somewhere on the internet? Anyone?
*** Updates 2012 Oct 17 ***
Lets vote for the movie to get it screen in cinemas. After all we wouldn’t want creativity to be murdered. It is a parody after all. There was an appeal by the producers to MDA to lift the ban.