Money No Enough | Singapore Classics Reignited

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Programme details:

Saturday, 3 November
The Cathay Cineplex, Hall 2
*This screening is accompanied by a 20-minutes Q&A session with cast/crew

Saturday, 10 November
National Museum of Singapore, Gallery Theatre B1

Free admission with registration (limited to 4 tickets per person)

About the film:
Money No Enough (1998)
Directed by Tay Teck Lok
Starring Jack Neo, Mark Lee, Henry Thia

Money No Enough
revolves around the lives of three close friends - a spendthrift white-collar worker Keong (Jack Neo), a general contractor Ong (Mark Lee), and a coffeeshop assistant Hui (Henry Thia). As they battle their personal financial woes, the three friends decide to overcome their difficulties by starting a car polishing business together.

Money No Enough
earned over S$5.8 million at the Singapore box office and was the all-time highest-grossing Singaporean film until 2012.


About Singapore Classics Reignited
Released in 1998, the three films - Forever Fever, Money No Enough and The Teenage Textbook Movie - have been digitally restored in 4K by the Asian Film Archive using the original surviving film elements and presented, in partnership with the Singapore Film Comisssion, through digital cinematic projection for the first time since the films' release.

Singapore Classics Reignited is part of Singapore Media Festival 2018 and is co-organised by Asian Film Archive and Infocomm Media Development Authority.
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Nov 3 - Nov 10, 2018
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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
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Money No Enough at The Cathay - 3 Nov, 7pm FULL
Money No Enough at National Museum - 10 Nov, 8pm FULL
Venue Address
2 Handy Road Levels 5 & 6, The Cathay Singapore
Asian Film Archive

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