A versatile filmmaker with a penchant for bold visual storytelling, Kirsten Tan's works are known for their humanity and off-beat humor. She has collected over 15 international awards and completed her debut feature Pop Aye in 2017. In 2015, Pop Aye was invited by the Cannes Film Festival as one of 15 projects presented under L'Atelier. Pop Aye made its World Premiere in competition at Sundance Film Festival 2017 and went on to receive a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Liyanah, a transgender woman is struggling to see her spouse, Lien, who she has taken to the emergency room. Hospital procedures strictly states that only family members can visit patients and that she does not qualify. With their marriage not being recognized in Singapore, and Lien’s only other family member overseas, Liyanah desperately tries to convince the medical staff to let them see her.
Singapore is shaken by a threat of a nuclear leak from its new power plant. Julia acts quickly to evacuate her and her kids out of the city only to return a week later to realise nothing happened. Julia now has to explain her actions to her kids and attempt to justify the sacrifices made.