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Monday, October 03, 2005

Six Degrees of Separation

I will not try to be some cool-looking, fancy, British-accented critic with a penchant for the arts. I will not try to show I am part of the crowd by having small talk and tapping shoulders every time someone passes by. I will not comment on how I think the wardrobe symbolizes freedom from the use of polyester cloth, or that the bamboo used on the set shows a sign of unity and strength. I will not try to interpret why they used Bahasa in one of the scenes and how I love the part where they showed two guys from different racial backgrounds reminiscing their childhood and innocence. I will not comment on how I think all the actors were superb, especially Alin Mosbit who really impressed me. I will also try not to look smart commenting on all these 'artsy-fartsy' (quoting Mooke) things.
Never mind the water issue we have between us.
Never mind that Mahathir and Lee Kuan Yew have more in common than they would like to admit.
Never mind that Singaporeans are so kiasu.
Never mind that we try so hard to be better, stronger and taller than them.
Fact is, Separation 40 is sarcastic, funny and damn smart. And depsite the times we hated each other's guts, we can certainly laugh and joke about it.
Maybe we never really separated after all.

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