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The Next Life  活着

When:

Sat Apr 19 2014, 2:00pm

Where: The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane, City Hall, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $13.00
  • Seniors: $11.00
  • SFS Members/UniSIM Members: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

The annual Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2014 新加坡华语电影节,organized by Singapore Film Society and SIM University, is back with an exciting lineup showcasing the best of Chinese cinema that is held concurrently at The Arts House, National Museum Cinematheque and Cathay Cineplex.

Singapore Chinese Film Festival 2014 is co-sponsored by Spotlight Taiwan Project (special patron Dr Samuel Yin) in collaboration with Taipei Representative Office in Singapore.

Director: Fan Jian
Producer: Richard Liang
2011 \ China \ In Chinese with English subtitles \ Rating PG13 (some mature content)
Jury Prize – Guangzhou International Documentary Festival
In Competition - International Documentary Festival Amsterdam

In the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake, 5,335 students were killed. As China has one-child policy, the earthquake took away the only child of many families. This film is about a mother, Ye Hongmei, and her friends' different fate of having a new baby. Refusing to come to terms with the reality that her 8-year-old daughter was killed, the 40-year-old Hongmei started her second IVF treatment to get pregnant. She believes that giving birth to another girl would mean the return of her gone daughter. She has to endure extraordinary pain such as travelling 50 miles every day just to receive injections and blood tests.