The Age of Stupid: Singapore screening

The Age of Stupid was launched globally in more than 50 countries and over 700 cinemas yesterday.

This climate change drama-documentary-animation film features main character Pete Postlethwaite as the last man alive in the year 2055, where he reviews footage of the year 2008 and asks himself why nobody did anything to stop climate change when given the chance.

Singapore’s very own screening happens 9.30pm this Friday, 25 September at Sinema Old School, 11b Mount Sophia, #B1-12.

Please RSVP at peiqin@sinema.sg.

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