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Eating Air

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Action/Adventure, Romance
Release Date:January 1, 2001
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Benjamin Heng, Alvina Toh, Joseph Cheong, Ferris Yeo, Andy Chng
Director:Jasmine Ng Kin Kia, Kelvin Tong
Writer:Kelvin Tong

Description: Billed as a motorcycle kung fu love story, this film, the first for critic-turned-director Kelvin Tong, aptly captures the listless, pop culture-obsessed lives of Asia's youth. Boy (Benjamin Heng) works at a dead-end job while fantasizing about being a martial arts master. After his buddy, Ah Gu (Joseph Cheong), who has ambitions of being a motorcycle gangster, gets involved in a drug deal that quickly goes south, he begs Boy for help. Meanwhile, Boy happens upon the shy, though beautiful Girl (Alvina Toh), a student who works at her mother's copy shop. This film was screened at the 2000 Rotterdam Film Festival.~ Jonathan Crow, All Movie Guide

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