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'Army Daze' Marches Back to the Big Screen

By InCinemas  /  12 Mar 2013 (Tuesday)

One of Singapore’s top grossing movies of its time, homegrown production Army Daze is making a comeback after 17 years to the big screens at Cathay Cineplexes during the upcoming March school holidays.

Screened for the first time ever in a digitally re-mastered format, viewers will be able to reminisce the with their favourite army boys and relive the nostalgic moments during a limited screening period of 10 days, from 16 March to 25 March 2013.

Army Daze Screening
Date: 16 March - 25 March 2013
Advance booking: From 11 March 2013, Monday
Price: $8 (Standard ticketing concessions for students and senior citizens apply)

(Purchase your tickets here!)

Starring Singapore rapper Sheikh Haikel, Deanna Yusoff, Kevin Mark Marghese, Edward Yong and Adrian Lim, the film grossed S$1.6million at the box office and is one of the most successful local films to date.

About Army Daze
This quintessential Singaporean production is based on local playwright Michael Chiang’s book and play about the misadventures of the five young men going through their Basic Military Training in National Service. The stage adaptation of Army Daze made headlines again in 2012 for its well-received special 25th Anniversary production, directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond.

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