Guilty

Based on a True Story

By Sun Ji

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Don is a 15-year-old delinquent who is beyond parental control. Almost everyone has given up on Don, including Don himself. Inspector Chia is a police officer who deals with secret societies and juvenile delinquents. Will he see the good in Don? Or is his compassion misplaced?

The film is inspired by the true story of Inspector Chia Hwa Tong who, apart from his police work, was known by members of the public for going beyond the call of duty and for his remarkable service to youth.

Rated PG13

The film is dedicated to Boys' Town

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Boys’ Town is a charity which provides residential care, street outreach, fostering, community- and school-based programmes for families, children and youth-in-need. It helps children who come from disadvantaged families and those who may have faced hardship due to various reasons such as financial struggles, family issues, emotional trauma and abuse.

Would you like to learn more about youth-at-risk in Singapore?

About the film director

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Sun Ji has directed various short films and commercials. “Ten Thousand Bowls”, a short film for Gleneagles Hospital, went viral in 2014, gathering over 820,000 views in less than two months. Sun also made the short film, “Take Me Away” which clinched Best Short Film at the Movie Maker Awards Singapore 2016, and Best Short Film at the Calcutta International Film Festival.

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