The final mission that late actor Aloysius Pang labored on shall be screened in Singapore cinemas on Dec 1. The Vintage Store, a horror film, was first launched in Thailand on Jun 2.
The movie is informed in three elements – Survive, Half Second and Comfortable Birthday – and is a collaboration between Thai firm LeayDoDee Studio, Channel One 31 and Dasmond Koh’s NoonTalk Media.
Pang seems in Half Second, a few man who has no reminiscence of how he landed in jail, and who’s being haunted by an evil spirit in his cell.
The Vintage Store additionally stars NoonTalk actors Xu Bin and Damien Teo, Bae Jin-young from Ok-pop group CIX, Indonesian actor Rio Dewanto and Thai skills Phiravich Attachitsataporn and Chayapak Tunprayoon. Xu performs Andy, who enters an vintage store and encounters the boss, who tells him the supernatural tales behind three objects.
Manufacturing for the film initially started in 2018, however was delayed due to Pang’s dying in January 2019 after he sustained critical accidents throughout a army coaching train in New Zealand. It was additional delayed due to the pandemic. Manufacturing solely resumed early this yr.
Koh mentioned in a earlier interview with Lianhe Zaobao that he wished to honour Pang by finishing the film. The late actor had shot a part of the film earlier than his dying, so Koh and the movie’s crew reworked the story to make sure that Pang’s position was full.
Koh, Xu and Teo attended the pink carpet premiere of the movie in Bangkok on Jun 1, together with Singapore artiste Quan Yifong.