881, ALI BABA BUJANG LAPOK & ARMY DAZE

Nov 28th, 2015

Catch the three films for FREE at the outdoor cinema on 28 Nov 2015 (Sat) at SG Heart Map Festival @ Float!

CHILL-OUT NIGHT

Mystery gifts will be given to the first 50 pairs of participants who come dressed intheir parents' clothes and let them do the same in theirs for the movie screening on this night! 

DETAILS



FIRST FILM - 881


-Date:28 Nov 2015, Saturday
-Time:8pm to 10pm
-Director:Royston Tan
-Language/Rating:Mandarin (Sub: English)/PG
-Venue:The Float @ Marina Bay

SECOND FILM - ALI BABA BUJANG LAPOK


-Date:28 Nov 2015, Saturday
-Time:10pm to 12mn
-Director:P. Ramlee
-Language/Rating:Malay (Sub: English)/PG
-Venue:The Float @ Marina Bay

THIRD FILM - ARMY DAZE


-Date:29 Nov 2015, Sunday
-Time:12mn to 2am
-Director:Ong Keng Sen
-Language/Rating:English/PG
-Venue:The Float @ Marina Bay


881

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SYNOPSIS

The story is about two good friends who grew up with genuine love for the Getai culture, a form of art with stage and song performances. 

Getai has a historical tradition in Singapore. After being blessed by the Getai Goddess, the two friends become the most popular Getai duo of the country, called the Papayas. However, the Durian Sisters, their main competitors are very jealous and determined to sabotage the Papayas' performances. 

CAST

Qi Yuwu as Guan Yin, Yeo Yann Yann as Big Papaya, Mindee Ong as Little Papaya, Liu Ling Ling as Auntie Ling/Getai Goddess. 


ALI BABA BUJANG LAPOK

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SYNOPSIS

Based on the 1001 Arabian Nights tale of Ali Baba & The Forty Thieves, this movie tells of the adventures of Ali Baba with generous twists of Malay humour and general hilarity. 

CAST

P. Ramlee as Ketua Penyamun, Aziz Sattar as Ali Baba, S. Shamsuddin as Kassim Baba, Normadiah as Aloyah, Sarimah as Marjina. 


ARMY DAZE

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SYNOPSIS

A Singaporean-made comedy about a group of 18 year old boys who are beginning the mandatory two-year military service in the Singapore army. 

Despite their different racial and family backgrounds, they discover many similarities and forge a friendship which would help ease their transition to the tough army routine. 

CAST

Sheikh Haikel as Johari Salleh, David Yong as Mr Png, Adrian Lim as Ah-Beng Teo, Kevin Mark Marghese as Kenny Pereira, Edward Yong as Malcolm Png.