Directed by Eva Tang, He Shuming, Kirsten Tan, Liao Jiekai and Jun Chong
Runtime: 80 minutes
Language: Chinese dialects, English, Mandarin, with English and Chinese subtitles
Rating: NC16 – Some Sexual Scenes
Commissioned by the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, 667 is an omnibus of short stories of the reflections, interpretations and perspectives of five Singaporean filmmakers as they go on a journey in search of their cultural roots and how they make Singapore home.
Oldham Theatre’s opening hours
Tickets will go on sale Monday, 28 March 2022.
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