Teddy Award Nomination: 59th Berlin Film Festival Audience Award: 24th Torino GLBT Film Festival Official Selection: 22nd Singapore International Film Festival
A former military officer seeks closure by making a documentary film about a man whom he had furtively encountered in Tanjong Rhu many years ago.
Tanjong Rhu is a secluded beach on the east coast of Singapore, and a popular cruising ground for gay men. In an entrapment exercise in 1993, 12 men were arrested there and sentenced to imprisonment and caning. This is a fictionalised account of what has happened since then to one of these men.
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