This probably the longest time ever since I started blogging and I left my blog "dead" for so long. -_-
Anyway, I've just finished my 2 months project filming for a local movie series called "Point of Entry".
Finished! Finished! Finished! OMG! You can tell how excited I'm feeling right now though no doubt it was super fun journey with entire crew and I've learnt a lot of things.
Point of Entry basically is 1 hour action drama about an elite team of Immigration Checkpoint Authority special agents, and their fight to keep Singapore's borders safe from smuggling and illegal immigration by land, sea and air. That also means whatever you are gonna watch on TV are basically real life stories that are collected every day/ month/ year.
They have finished Season 1 and Season 2 is back due to popular demand.
And know what? I'm gonna be on the 1st episode of Season 2 :D :D :D
Guess what role that is?
A prostitute! Yeah! WTF right?
Stop laughing your ass off, I'm being serious here. Initially when being invited to play this role, I was like "WTF! How come I always end up in such drama roles: ghost, suffering mom and now prostitute?". But then after reading the script, I agreed to take part with the only reason: it's talking about a Vietnamese prostitute whose life suffered so much in Singapore. She was pushed to be a prostitute, transmitted HIV, loved but couldn't love. Literally, I'm speaking on behalf of 1% of pitiful Vietnamese prostitutes in Singapore. The other 99%, we shouldn't feel sorry for what they chose to themselves.
Cut a long story short, there is sweat, tear, blood, anger, love, revenge, pain in her life. I couldn't reveal much the story before the movie is showed. You just gotta watch it and give me some constructive comments if my acting is lousy or good :D
The movie will be showed on 8th December 8pm on Channel5, Mediacorp. Please stay at home to watch!!!!!
Now, sharing with you some of the nice photos I took during the filming.
By right, I need to look a bit slutty coz I'm acting as a prostitute, but some how it didn't turn out that way.
I and Michael who played Friven role. We were connected on Facebook for a long time but have never met in person til that day we did the shoot :D
There are many more photos to share but I guess, I shouldn't reveal much the content of the movie. I'm sure it's very touchy real life story. I'm not sure if the Vietnamese girl names Ly is still surviving after her HIV but currently she is in Vietnam and ICA refuses to let her to come back SG regardless the numerous appeals the husband have been trying to do.
What a pity life!
With all these, you guys definitely MUST WATCH! So don't forget DECEMBER 8TH, 8PM at Channel5, Mediacorp!