Usually, when you watch a Singapore-made film, you watch it as if you’d look at a school project, appreciating the effort put into the project.
Colin Goh & his wife Yen Yen’s Singapore Dreaming didn’t quite afford the same behaviour. Because it was a very good film. I was drawn into the stories as soon as I unconsciously gave up trying to look for flaws in the movie.
It picked up after 10 minutes and became a compelling flow of stories which you won’t just identify with. You’ll live them, you’ll dream them.
But seriously though, well done, dude. You own the space!