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"So much of mainstream cinema today feels like a roller-coaster ride. You are just pulled along by the story, didactic sound design, and visuals." - Tan Pin Pin.

Mundane tasks take on new meanings

Sep 29, 2017 5:50 AM

IN Time To Come is one of Tan Pin Pin's most experimental and genre-bending works.

In the slow-burning documentary, scenes of everyday life in Singapore - like a school assembly and the fumigating of a housing estate - are captured in continuous takes with no narrative and little

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