IN TIME TO COME, directed by Tan Pin Pin

By Clarissa Oon

IN TIME TO COME (still), 2017, dir Tan Pin Pin. Courtesy BFG Media

IN TIME TO COME, 2017, dir Tan Pin PinFor over 15 years, Singaporean filmmaker Tan Pin Pin has been a meditative, pointed and courageous documentarian of the submerged histories and bittersweet textures of the ultramodern, authoritarian city-state she calls home. Much of the power of her work comes from her unearthing and drawing out of compelling personalities, from the ragtag buskers, entertainers and public announcers who make up the soundtrack of everyday life in Singapore GaGa (2005), to the political…

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