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Jakarta Post

The drama inside the Blue Mansion

  • Erza S.T.


Singapore   /   Sun, October 25 2009   /  11:29 am

The Wee family made its fortune selling pineapples. One day, Wee Bak Chuan, the king of pineapples, died in rather mysterious circumstances in his office. Two eager detectives investigated his death, chasing every single lead and suspect, including the dead man's three children. So, who did it? The secrets and the answers will unfold at the end of The Blue Mansion movie, and be told from the perspective of Glen Goei, renowned for his theater productions as well as his feature movie Forever Fever (aka That's The Way I Like It). After nearly a decade, famous Singaporean theater director finally made a comeback with his second feature movie, The Blue Mansion, a film noir about a dysfunctional peranakan (Chinese Malay) family in Singapore. The Blue Mansion. www.thebluemansion.comThe title Blue Mansion actually comes from the location where 95 percent of the movie was sho...