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Singaporean film screens at 8th World Film Festival of Bangkok

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The 8th World Film Festival of Bangkok introduces around 150 movies from around the world.

Several “must-see” movies in the festival includes “Red Dragonflies” from Singapore, which has been awarded at many film festivals

Synopsis
Rachel and her two friends explore an abandoned railway track that runs through a dense forest, but an unforeseen incident brings their little adventure to an abrupt end. Elsewhere, 26-year-old Rachel rekindles an old friendship with a high school friend. When a little boy from her past reappears, Rachel finds herself retracing a trail of iron and wood. Wistful and mysterious, the film depicts a world littered with incongruity, absences and traces of childhood dreams.

Screening Dates:
11 November 2010 (17:20) Venue : Paragon Cineplex 14
14 November 2010 (18:30) Venue : Paragon Cineplex 13

via The 8th World Film Festival of Bangkok

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