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Demons

Singapore, English, 83 mins

  • Director: Daniel Hui
  • Writer: Daniel Hui
  • Producer: Daniel Hui; Bee Thiam Tan

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Ambitious young actress Vicki lands the starring role in a promising theatre production in Singapore. What seems like the opportunity of a lifetime, however, turns out to be the beginning of a story of creeping abuse at the hands of director Daniel, for whom sadistic violence and artistic practice are inseparable. But power dynamics can change . . .

In Demons, Daniel Hui plumbs the depths of his protagonists’ emotional states in profound, intricate fashion in both rehearsal scenes and in their private lives, bringing to light bitter truths about power structures and dependencies in the world of art and culture, which can be based on psychic pressure and manipulation. At the same time, the film serves as a societal seismograph, affording the viewer pitiless glimpses into the darkest corners of interpersonal relationships. Aided by a sophisticated sound design, Hui folds a complex mixture of horror and satirical elements into this story of mysterious ghosts. These various spectres appear in the plot like eruptive manifestations of the human psyche – and spin increasingly out of control. Sometimes it’s better to leave the genie in the bottle.


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Cast & Characters

Hey Rui En
Eshley Gao
Glen Goei
Violet Goh
Vikneshwaran Kobinathan
Boon Pin Koh
Ting Li Lim
Swee Lin Neo
Sean Poh
Musa Shukor
Rui Jie Sim
Shi Rui Sim
Kay Wee Thong
Vicki Yang
Nelson Yeo
Siew Hua Yeo

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