3:42 AM 4/2/2014 by popcorn
Ever since Yeo Yann Yann won best supporting actress for her portrayal of a jealous mother in the film Ilo Ilo at the Asian Film Awards, AFA, I have been searching for the film in Hong Kong. I wanted to watch every film from the AFA to see what award-winning filmmaking and acting is about and how they are valued in the Asian cinema.
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