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Swimming Lesson.

April 20, 2009

L: Back to your film and the process – Kelvin Tong wrote the script? How is it like working with him for your own short film, do you feel influenced?
K: He is more like a mentor to me. He tries not to influence my decisions so that the film will be more a Kat Goh film and not a Kelvin Tong film. But he gives me a lot of suggestions in the editing stage to make it more pacy.
L: So… no ghosts in this one?
K: LOL No.
L: No twist?
K: No it is not a thriller. It’s not an arty, moody, angsty type of film.
L: No Benjamin Heng?
from SINdie.

hahahahhaaaa. i love the last line. my favourite lao-sai from men in white.


2:02 to 3:30.

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