There's a screening of Majid Majidi's The Willow Tree in aid of QLRS (Quarterly Literary Review of Singapore, an online literary and theatre review magazine) next Friday. If they don't get the money, then they'll never be able to upload their review of "last boy". :(
QLRS Special Screening Series: The Willow Tree (PG)
Catch the Singapore premiere of acclaimed Iranian auteur Majid Majidi's latest masterpiece The Willow Tree* at the inaugural QLRS Special Screening Series, supported by the National Museum of Singapore and Festive Films.
The Willow Tree is about a university professor who regains sight and suddenly realises that what he sees now is different from what he "saw" as a blind man. Majidi, feted for classics like Children Of Heaven and Baran, has made a spiritually redemptive and visually stunning film with scenes that stay with you long after. The film opens in Singapore on August 23.
The Quarterly Literary Review Singapore (QLRS) is an independent and volunteer-driven effort which has been covering the Singapore literary scene since 2001 in the areas of poetry, prose, drama and literary criticism.
* In Persian with English subtitles, rating PG
Date: Friday, August 3
Venue: National Museum, Stamford Road, Gallery
Admission: Pay as you wish. Seating is on first come,
first serve basis
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