Azam comes back to his village, and looks for his childhood friend Ali. Ali and his wife Minah invites Azam for fishing and a mid night picnic on a small island. Towards the end of the night, they have a game of holding breath underwater for 3 minutes, and Azam is never seen again… —IMDb
Tan Chui Mui was born 9 October 1978 in Sungai Ular, a small fishing village in Kuantan, Malaysia.
She had been actively involved in the Malaysia independent film scene, working as producer, editor, scriptwriter and occasionally actress. In 2004, she set up Da Huang Pictures with Amir Muhammad, James Lee and Liew Seng Tat.
Tan Chui Mui is known for her successful first feature film Love Conquers All, which won top prizes at numerous film festivals, including New Currents in Pusan and the Tiger award in Rotterdam. Many forgot that she is a very productive short filmmaker, who had won big prizes in two prestigious short film festivals in the world: Principal Prize in Oberhausen Short Film Festival with A Tree in Tanjung Malim (2005), and Grand Prix in Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival with Everyday Everyday (2009).
She published a book in 2009, titled 《横灾梨枣》, written in Chinese.
In 2010, she made her second feature The Year… read more
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