It will be screened for only one day, Saturday 20 September.
This is because 20 September happens to be the 10th anniversary of the demonstration that it talks about.
The venue: GSC 1 Utama.
I knew I wanted it to screen in a public space – that is, a real cinema. We initially thought that if we booked the cinema for a 'private viewing', we wouldn't need to go through censorship. But it turns out we still needed a censorship certificate. And yesterday, luckily, we got it! (Although the censors took three weeks to get back to us, which is longer than the norm).
So come along and enjoy the show.
Don't expect agitprop! It's quite a chill-out piece and is about several types of spaces, not just the democratic one. Since I no longer live in KL (not that PJ is far away lah), I also wanted to sum up what I felt about the city of my birth and upbringing. Yes, it also has a twist ending – but perhaps not of the Susuk variety.
There are 3 screenings and they can be purchased now: 5pm, 7pm, and 9pm.
Each screening is limited to 90 people.