Double Bill

The Day Today will be screened together with Future Shock

Total Runtime: 87 Min

The Day Today

Maxence STAMATIADIS France 67 Min NC16 Asian Premiere

A funny, fatalistic satire of life in the digital age that mixes documentary with dystopia and sci-fi flourishes in its depiction of the ups and downs of a relationship.

In 2013, two retirees lead ordinary lives in the Paris suburbs. Suzanne cooks, watches reality TV and spends time with friends and grandchildren. Reserved Edouard plays video games and writes angry screeds on his computer before he dies of illness.

Timing & Venue

Price

28 November 2021,
Sunday, 7.00pm
National Museum Singapore

$15.00

Closed

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

English Title

The Day Today

Original Title

Au jour d’aujourd’hui

Director

Maxence STAMATIADIS

Year

2021

Runtime

67 Min

Rating

NC16

Language(s)

French

Subtitles

English

Q&A with filmmaker(s)

Credits

Future Shock

SU Hui-Yu Taiwan 20 Min PG Southeast Asian Premiere

“The future comes too soon and in the wrong order,” said Alvin TOFFLER. A contemporary artist looks back at futures imagined by writers and cities of the past.

Published in 1970, Alvin TOFFLER’s influential Future Shock envisaged a future of information overload, excessive choices, amoral technology and a disposable environment. His book describes the psychological effects that rapid change has on the individual and society.

English Title

Future Shock

Original Title

未來的衝擊

Director

SU Hui-Yu

Year

2019

Runtime

20 Min

Rating

PG

Language

English

Subtitles

Mandarin, English

Credits

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