A Singaporean-made comedy about a group of 18 year old boys who are beginning the mandatory two-year military service in the Singapore army. Despite their different racial and family ... See full summary »

Director:

Keng Sen Ong

Writers:

Michael Chiang (play), Michael Chiang (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sheikh Haikel Sheikh Haikel ... Johari Salleh
David Yong David Yong ... Mr. Png
Adrian Lim Adrian Lim ... Ah-Beng Teo
Kevin Mark Marghese Kevin Mark Marghese ... Kenny Pereira
Edward Yong Edward Yong ... Malcolm Png
Deanna Yusoff Deanna Yusoff ... Herself
Seng Kok Ang Seng Kok Ang ... Recruit
Kok Meng Chan Kok Meng Chan ... Recruit
Margaret Chan Margaret Chan ... Mrs. Png
Jacintha Charles ... Lathi
Elaine Li Hoon Cheah Elaine Li Hoon Cheah ... Sgt. Wendy Chung
Andrew Gan Andrew Gan ... Sydney Png
Daniel Wei Teck Gan Daniel Wei Teck Gan ... Corporal Ong
Teh Ngee Goh Teh Ngee Goh ... Recruit
Julian Jay Huang Julian Jay Huang ... Lt. Hong (as Julian Jay Huang Hwa Yuen)
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A Singaporean-made comedy about a group of 18 year old boys who are beginning the mandatory two-year military service in the Singapore army. Despite their different racial and family backgrounds, they discover many similarities and forge a friendship which would help ease their transition to the tough army routine. Written by mahajanssen

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From Real Blur to Real Man

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Singapore

Language:

English | Malay | Hokkien | Mandarin

Release Date:

13 May 2012 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Army Daze the Movie See more »

Filming Locations:

Singapore

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Budget:

SGD 700,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

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Cathay Asia Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color
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In the last scene, the overhead mic can be seen in most of the shots. See more »

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Probably the best movie ever to come out of Singapore
24 November 2000 | by kloozoSee all my reviews

Tugging at the heartstrings of all Singaporean males, the local production packs plenty of laughter with the portrayal of army life. A must watch for all Singaporeans, although foreigners may have a little problem understanding the local languages and culture. A highly entertaining film but it can certainly do without the narrating by one of the characters.


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