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Light of a Burning Moth / 蛾の光 (2020)

Liao Jiekai (Japan, Singapore)

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  • In-venue: Oldham Theatre

    14 May Fri, 8pm
    22 May Sat, 5pm
  • $15

    • 2h, no intermission

    • Rating : Parental Guidance

      Consumer Advice : Some Disturbing Scenes 些许画面令人不适

    • Japanese with English subtitles

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Light of a Burning Moth / 蛾の光 (2020)

Liao Jiekai (Japan, Singapore)

A dancer stops speaking to be a "voice" for silent people. Meeting an old artist, she faces her trauma of her mother's disappearance. Boldly-structured new film by Singaporean director depicts the journey of the heroine's soul.

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