Singapore film UNLUCKY PLAZA receives a second extension after it opened in nine cinemas on 16 April 2015. Shaw Theatres, which is distributing the film’s theatrical release in Singapore, gave the first extension on 6 May 2015 – to one week of daily screenings at Shaw Theatres Lido.
The film’s production house, Kaya Toast Pictures, is appealing to audiences who have yet to catch UNLUCKY PLAZA to book their tickets on these two days.
Scheduled at the earliest time slot at 10.20am, the screenings are suitable for tertiary students on school holidays, independent professionals with flexible working hours, homemakers, and tourists.
Dates: 14 & 15 May 2015
Venue: Shaw Theatres Lido
Rating: M18 Coarse Language Tickets: Shaw Theatres Online
or at Shaw Theatres Lido Ticket Counter
UNLUCKY PLAZA is Kwek’s first full-length feature film which represented Singapore as the Opening Film of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival – a first for Singapore films! It also opened the Warsaw International Film Festival and the 25th Singapore International Film Festival, enjoying sold-out screenings at all three events.
A sold-out success at the Toronto International Film Festival and Singapore International Film Festival, UNLUCKY PLAZA has been given a two-day extension to 14 and 15 May 2015, and possibly a weekend screening – subject to audience response during the two-day extension.
Sh*t Hits The Fan In The World’s Safest City
When a chance to save his ailing diner goes belly up, Onassis Hernandez, an émigré and single- father living in affluent Singapore, is pushed over the edge. He takes a motley group of citizens hostage in a designer bungalow and publicizes his act on Youtube. As the police and international media descend on the crime scene and riots break out in in the city, an increasingly desperate Onassis forces the situation to a violent, heart-stopping conclusion.
“A nail-biting comedy thriller from one of Asia’s most exciting new directors” (Toronto International Film Festival), UNLUCKY PLAZA stars Adrian Pang, Judee Tan, Guo Liang, Shane Mardjuki and Filipino star Epy Quizon in a show-stopping performance as the beleaguered Onassis.