last few films at Sinema

Post Museum closed their doors in August 2011 and Sinema, another alternative art venue in Singapore will follow as the year coming to an end. The office seems to remain open where you can purchase local and independent films but it will no longer screen any films. It has screened a couple of its last films which are:

1. Red Light Revolution (M18)
China | Mockumentary | 2010 | 91 mins | Mandarin with English subtitles | M18
Red Light Revolution takes a humourous look at Chinese tradition colliding with modern sexual values.

2. Breath (M18)
Korean | Drama | 2011 | 84 mins | Korean with English Subtitles | M18
Breath is a tragic love story between a woman and a prisoner. Can they win the battle against the odds and be together?

3. Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter… and Spring (M18)
Korean | Drama | 2011 | 103 mins | Korean with English Subtitles | M18
The film is divided into five segments with each season representing a stage in a man’s life at a tiny Buddhist monastery.

4. Sex Volunteer (R21)
Korean | Drama | 2010 | 123 mins | Korean with English Subtitles | R21
Sex Volunteer is about the discover of an organization that offers sex to disabled people.

More information of Sinema here. And check out their ticketing webbie here.

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