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Language no problem
Finally, a chance for internationals to see Japanese dramas, French romance movies or Danish thrillers on the big screen! Join your fellow movie lovers every second Friday to watch a brand new film with English subtitles.
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Expat Cinema: Ramen Shop
Friday June 28
After the sudden death of his emotionally distant father, young ramen chef Masoto chances upon a suitcase of memorabilia and a red notebook, filled with musings and old photos, left behind by his Singaporean mother who died when he was just ten years old. Acting on a hunch, he takes off for Singapore with the notebook, hoping to piece together the story of his life, as well as that of his parents.
Expat Cinema: Le Jeune Ahmed
Fiday July 12
Belgian teenager Ahmed pours himself into religion so much, the people around him don't recognise him anymore. His teachers worry about his extremist interpretation of the Quran, while at home he keeps getting into fights with his mom and sisters. After attemtpting to kill one of his teachers, Ahmed has to decide how far he wants to take religion.
Current movies with regular screenings
These films are all English spoken or have English subtitles. Enjoy!
Feminist Film Factory
All these movies are English spoken or have English subtitles