Based on a True Story

By Chong Yu Lun

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A jaded salaryman, Kelvin lives a separate existence from his cheerful condo security guard Shanti. But a devastating illness forces Kelvin to make a promise that will change both their lives. The film is inspired by the true story of Kelvin Lee who helped a family in need. He received the Good Neighbour Award from Sembawang GRC in 1999.
Rated PG

The film is dedicated to MILK

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MILK believes that no child should be left behind regardless of disability, illness, or circumstance. MILK focuses on plugging the gaps in the social service sector rather than duplicating what is already in existence. They also devote their resources to transformational programmes that empower children and their families to break out of the poverty cycle.

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About the film director

chong yu lun

Chong Yu Lun along with partner Rachel Toh, co-founded Walk and Roll Studios. Together they have acquired more than 10 filmmaking awards. Their short film “Dao Sha Pia” was shared by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. Rachel and Lun are also renowned for their Youtube channel, Butterworks. As of December 2018, it has gathered 214,000 subscribers and over 9 million views.

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