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When taxi driver Ah Huat's son is kidnapped, he resorts to extreme measures to raise the $1,000,000 ransom. But when the kidnapper reneges on the exchange, Ah Huat takes the most extreme... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fish Chaar ...
Property Agent
Anthony Levi Kho ...
Debt Collector
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Bank Manager
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Ah Huat
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Ah Hu
Regene Lim ...
Sun Jia Wei
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Mrs Sun
Jerald Tan ...
Wei Siang

Directed by

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Kelvin Tong

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Ken Kwek ... (screenplay)
 
Kelvin Tong ... (screenplay)
 
Danny Yeo ... (translation)

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Aimee Fong ... producer
John Ho ... executive producer
Ong Hung Heng ... producer
Kim Sow Lim ... executive producer
May Pun ... producer
Lim Teck ... producer
Leon Tong ... producer

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Joe Ng

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Wai Yin Chiu

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Wai Chiu Chung

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Edwin Van Huizen ... digital intermediate colorist

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Tommy Chan Kok Onn

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Irin Lee

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Kat Goh ... assistant director

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Anthony Levi Kho ... stills photographer
Teck Siang Lim ... second assistant camera

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Koh Heim Au ... song arranger
Kexin Ou ... music arranger
Ting Si Hao ... music arranger

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Plot Summary

A man or woman who loses his wife is called a widower or widow. A child who loses his parents is called an orphan. What do you call a parent who loses his child?" Ah Huat, a struggling and obnoxious 40-year-old taxi-driver, is a complete failure. His wife left him years ago. And his only son - Wei Siang - is frequently neglected. One day, Wei Siang is abducted at a shopping mall, in a case of mistaken identity. The kidnapper, Ah Hu, tortures the boy and demands a $1,000,000 ransom. Ah Huat gives up everything in his life to raise the money, but Ah Hu reneges on the exchange and demands more money. Unable to raise the second ransom, Lim descends into madness and grief, and takes the most extreme retaliatory measure: He kidnaps Ah Hu's child. Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Kidnapper (Singapore, English title)
  • Kidnapper (World-wide, English title)
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  • 98 min
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Budget SGD1,000,000 (estimated)

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