News reporter Augustine discovers that an injured migrant worker has been left for dead by his employer in a forest. At a time when stories on migrant workers were untold, Augustine challenges convention in the newsroom.
This film is based on the true story of Augustine Pang and other Singaporean journalists who covered the plight of migrant worker Mohd Bashar. Their stories prompted an outpouring of donations and gifts to Bashar.
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Randy Ang is based in Singapore. He was named one of the top directors and producers by Monocle Magazine in 2009. His short film, “Ayam Man”, won the Best Motion Picture at the Cathay Movie Awards in 2013. His directed two feature films – his debut crime thriller, “re:solve” (2014) and “1965” (2015). Before directing, he produced feature films, “The Days” and “Becoming Royston”. He also directs television commercials for United Overseas Bank, Singtel, amongst others.