"...you see people as themselves. The fact that these women have come such a long way in realising their dream is moving people and encouraging them to watch it"
- Philip Cheah, Festival Director (Singapore Int'l Film Festival) on the popularity of the documentary

About the Documentary

One of the few documentaries ever made about lesbians in Singapore, this documentary, filmed in 2006 uses interview footage with three Singaporean lesbians -Amanda Lee, Sabrina Renee Chong and Gea Swee Jean, to get a rare glimpse into lesbian lives in Singapore.

Intimate and often candid, these lesbians share about their lives and loves and their views on topics such as coming out and relationships. Sometimes heartbreaking, and often times, funny, the documentary captures the lives of lesbians who have chosen to live authentically and is a testament to the courage, tenacity and experiences of lesbians living in Singapore.

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Monday, April 7, 2008

Review by Mervyn Tan

I attended the screening of WWLW at Sinema on Saturday, and I found it to be an extremely moving, honest piece. I really appreciated the manner in which you approached the film from an angle that seeked to create greater awareness on gay relationships, and in the process, normalise people's warped thoughts on gay relationships. I think this is the key point in which your film differs from most of the lesbian awareness films out there in that it doesn't seek to drive a point, or push an agenda too hard. Instead, it just presents a peek into the lives of these brave and interesting women, and asks questions which everyone would love to know the answers to but never dared to ask.

I would really like to thank you for your creative direction in making this film as I feel that it was a really masterfully produced and directed piece of work, and there was wonderful editing that maintained most of the integrity of the characters' feelings.

Thanks for the great film!