Jack Neo takes on 1988 general election in The Diam Diam Era Two

The Diam Diam Era Two opens in cinemas on Feb 11. PHOTO: MM2 ENTERTAINMENT
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SINGAPORE - Actor Mark Lee was happy that he had a "handbrake" when making The Diam Diam Era Two.

The comedy-drama, a follow-up to last November's The Diam Diam Era, has Lee's Ah Kun character forming a political party to oppose what he thinks are unfair government policies. It opens in cinemas on Feb 11.

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