Directed by Eden Junjung
Indonesia / 12 mins / PG13 – Some Disturbing Scenes
In the thick of the 1998 political tension in East Java, Indonesia, a guard leaves his post despite rumours of ninjas terrorising the town at night, to meet with his lover.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Eden Junjung’s short films have travelled to various international film festivals. His feature film project, Mayday, won Best Future Project at JFP Jogja NETPAC Asian Film Festival 2018.
CAST & INFORMATION
National Gallery Singapore
The Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium
Fri, 29 Nov 2019 / 9:30 PM
Filmmaker in Attendance
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