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Haze

Singapore, 2008 (MIFF 2008, Shorts)

Director: Anthony Chen

Haze

Escaping the heat, humidity and haze outside, two teenagers stay indoors and play out an innocent love affair. Screened at Berlin Film Festival, Australian premiere

D/S Anthony Chen P Felicia Tan L Mandarin, Hokkien and English w/English subtitles TD 2008/14mins

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