Barbarian Invasion

TAN Chui Mui Hong Kong 106 Min NC16 (Some Coarse Language and Violence) Singapore Premiere

After a decade-long hiatus, TAN Chui Mui returns to feature filmmaking with a refreshing genre-defying action flick that serves an allegory for motherhood and the reclamation of one’s self.

Since her divorce and the birth of her son, award-winning actress Moon has been wanting a comeback. Her director friend Roger promises her a role in his latest martial arts film that will reignite her star power. Enduring gruelling training for the role, an incident leads to Moon using the skills she has learnt to regain control of her life.

Timing & Venue

Price

29 November 2021,
Monday, 7.00pm
Golden Village 1

$15.00

Closed

1 December 2021,
Wednesday, 6.30pm
Golden Village 4

$15.00

Closed

All guests must present proof of vaccination (either via TraceTogether or HealthHub app) before entering the halls.

English Title

Barbarian Invasion

Original Title

野蛮人入侵

Country

Hong Kong

Year

2021

Runtime

106 Min

Rating

NC16 (Some Coarse Language and Violence)

Language(s)

Mandarin, Cantonese, Malay

Subtitles

English, Mandarin

Credits

TAN Chui Mui

TAN Chui Mui is an acclaimed Malaysian director, screenwriter and producer. Her debut feature, Love Conquers All (2006), bagged both the New Currents and FIPRESCI Awards at the 11th Busan International Film Festival. Barbarian Invasion won the Jury Grand Prix at the Golden Goblet Awards during the 24th Shanghai International Film Festival.

Cast & Crew

Cast

TAN Chui Mui
Pete TEO
Bront PALARAE

Screenwriter

TAN Chui Mui

Producer

WOO Ming Jin
Bianca BALBUENA

Contact

Good Move Media

chan@goodmovemedia.com

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