Shirkers
2018

TV-14·97 min·Documentaries
In 1992, Sandi Tan and her friends shot a quirky film on the streets of Singapore. Then the footage disappeared, sending her on a hunt for answers.
Director:Sandi Tan
Production Country:United States, United Kingdom
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Added to Netflix:October 26, 2018
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Sandi Tan's Shirkers – the name of her 1992 debut film and the documentary about its fateful production – is a study in memory and performance, as well as the complexities of women's friendship and creativity. In 1992, Sandi Tan and friends Jasmine Ng and Sophie Siddique gathered in Singapore to film Shirkers, Tan's low-budget road movie starring her as a killer named "S." Colorful images from the movie, miraculously recovered after more than 20 years, provide bursts of context throughout the doc, offering a look at the curious movie that might have been a cult hit, had director Georges Cardona not disappeared with the footage.

Audra Schroeder

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