Siva, a Singaporean Indian man, is released after spending years in prison for contraband smuggling. Unable to find forgiveness from his mother, he begins a quest to locate his ex-wife and daughter. Just as he finds solace and hope in the company of an illegal Chinese prostitute, he is confronted with an unbearable truth about his family.
How far will he go to get rid of his guilt?
Born the 21st of September 1965 in Singapore, K. Rajagopal was a theatre comedian for about 15 years. He collaborated with well-known staging directors (William Teo, Kuo Pao Kun, Ong Ken Sen, Arifin Noer, and Krishen Jit). He appeared as King Lear in The King Lear Project shown at the Brussels and Singapore Art Festivals in 2008. In the present day, he has directed numerous documentaries and short films for Asian television channels. He won the Special Jury Prize in the Singapore International Film Festival three consecutive times with his three first short films, ‘I Can’t Sleep Tonight’ (1995), ‘The Glare’ (1996), and ‘Absence’ (1997) In 2010, the National Singapore Museum organized a retrospective of his films.