Reviewed by edwinjamescalin
on 27/06/2016 12:23

I find this collection of 6 short films a curious mix of interpretation with each of the directors putting in their own unique style. Two of the shorts lean towards a lighthearted tone, not outwardly hilarious but they lend a comedic sense, especially Singapore Panda. The rest of the shorts all have a serious and dramatic tone like Burial Clothes and Popiah but all of these shorts all have a similar theme: an ode to the Chinese side of the filmmakers,  a reflection of their Chinese identity, maybe even a celebration of it. For someone like me who has a different culture this collection of shorts is in fact an eye-opener.  Do try to check this out.