Yeo Yann Yann (left) and Koh Jia Ler in a still from Wet Season (category III; Mandarin, English), directed by Anthony Chen. Yeo Yann Yann (left) and Koh Jia Ler in a still from Wet Season (category III; Mandarin, English), directed by Anthony Chen.
Yeo Yann Yann (left) and Koh Jia Ler in a still from Wet Season (category III; Mandarin, English), directed by Anthony Chen.

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Wet Season film review: Golden Horse-winning Singaporean drama charts forbidden teacher-student relationship

  • A woman teacher near middle age falls for a male high school student. Her desire for gratification gets mixed up with her maternal instincts
  • The film, directed by Anthony Chen, has strong performances from the lead actors, but the ending feels anticlimactic

Topic |   Chinese language cinema
Yeo Yann Yann (left) and Koh Jia Ler in a still from Wet Season (category III; Mandarin, English), directed by Anthony Chen. Yeo Yann Yann (left) and Koh Jia Ler in a still from Wet Season (category III; Mandarin, English), directed by Anthony Chen.
Yeo Yann Yann (left) and Koh Jia Ler in a still from Wet Season (category III; Mandarin, English), directed by Anthony Chen.
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