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Cinematheque Selects – Two Sides


Sat Apr 8 2017, 2:00pm–5:00pm

Where: National Museum Of Singapore, 93 Stamford Road , Museum, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free


Listed by: chen_meihui

The final of three local feature films produced by the Chong Gay Organisation in the mid-1970s, Two Sides of the Bridge chronicles the relationship of a young couple, Rufei and Lingfeng, who face the pressures of living in a rapidly transforming Singapore. While Lingfeng is contented with her job at a textile factory while attending night classes to improve herself, Rufei is lured by a high-paying job at a money-lending firm and gives in to material desires and self-indulgence. Returning to his rural home in Kelantan to evade a heavy debt, Rufei finds quietude but becomes embroiled in a ploy by drug traffickers and is eventually prosecuted for his crimes. The only Chong Gay film made by a local cast and crew, it appealed to audiences of the time with its “healthy”, realist portrayal of life in urban Singapore.

Ticketing Information:

Tickets are free and can be collected at the National Museum of Singapore (Visitor Services Counter, Level 1, open daily, 10am to 6:30pm) from today. Tickets are also available online at

Tickets are available on a first-come first-served basis and limited to four tickets per person. Any remaining tickets will be given out at the door on the screening day.

Cinémathèque Selects is a monthly screening that profiles the boldest film-makers and most inventive productions from Singapore’s past to its present. Focusing on diverse aspects of film-making, from directing to producing, script writing to cinematography and art direction, the series uncovers lesser-known local productions and features significant films in Singapore’s cinematic landscape. Each film screening is accompanied by conversations with the film-maker.

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