The Marina One auditorium is located on Level 3. If you need additional assistance, FOH for SoM21: [Alternate / Opt] Realities is on Level 1, facing Straits View.
Directed by: Tan Bee Thiam
Runtime: 88 mins
Language: English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Hokkien, Malay, Tamil
Rating: NC16 (Some Sexual References)
Passive everyman Ah Bee has just turned 30. He leaves his dull office job to join the Tiong Bahru Social Club, an exclusive data-driven pilot programme that aims to create the world’s happiest residents in the idyllic, pastel-hued neighbourhood of Tiong Bahru in Singapore. Employed as a happiness agent, Ah Bee is assigned to take care of Ms Wee, an elderly resident obsessed with cats with no belief in Tiong Bahru Social Club’s mission. He is matched up with a fellow happiness agent, Geok, and promoted to helm the Community Complaint Centre.
The film takes a satirical look at Singapore’s preoccupation with results-driven practicalities, it imagines a society where everything—including happiness—is quantified and managed.
To see the full SoM21: [Alternate / Opt] Realities film programme, please refer here. The programme will run from 20 January to 21 February 2021 at both Marina One and Oldham Theatre.
We would advise all to turn up early or on time for screenings as AFA does not play ads.
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All patrons are encouraged to purchase your tickets online to be able to secure a seat. If you do choose to purchase tickets or merchandise at Oldham Theatre’s box office, NETS payment is preferred.
Measures will be taken to ensure the health and safety of all patrons at AFA’s screenings. This includes wearing a mask at all times for both staff and patrons, temperature taking, SafeEntry logging and observance of social distancing around the theatre. Doors will open 20 minutes before showtime, so do ensure you arrive early to register and take your temperature.