Сompetition 2010
At the End of Daybreak
  • Director: Ho Yuhang (Malaysia)

    Was born and raised in Petaling Jaya, just outside the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. He took a degree in engineering at Iowa State University in the US, but opted for a career in TV production when he returned to Malaysia. He soon began putting his training in the craft of programme-making to work in a series of personal short films and tapes. In 1999, he made the six-part documentary series Semangat Insan: Masters of Tradition. His debut feature Min followed in 2003.

Hong Kong,  Malaysia,  Korea, South,  2009,  94 min.
CHUI Tien You, NG Meng Hui, Wai Ying-Hong

Malaysia, now. The 23-year-old Tuck Chai is dating Ying, a not-yet 16 schoolgirl. Their parents know nothing about the illicit relationship until Ying's mother and father find birth-control pills in her room. Tuck Chai's mother drinks too much but she would do anything for her son. She demeans herself by turning to her ex-husband for a loan to save Tuck Chai from the accusation in the statutory rape for having sex with a minor. Before long, several lives are ruined and the police are involved after all.