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15

Singapore too squeaky clean for street kids? Director Royston Tan would disagree, as would his cast of real-life delinquents, many of whom are now missing or jailed. Using graphic realism, quick-cuts and frenetic camerawork '15' reveals what it's like to be young, alone and angry in a city refusing you exist. After a sell-out premiere, Singapore's best film in years is now banned in its home country.

Year: 2003
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Asian Cinema, Cult Films / After Dark, Asia Extreme
Location in store: Foreign (Asia)
Country: Singapore
Director: Royston Tan
Starring: Melvin Chen, Melvin Lee, Erick Chun, Vynn Soh, Shaun Tan
Duration: 93 Minutes
Rating: R18 - Contains violence, suicide and disturbing content.
Subtitles: Yes

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