After overseas screenings of Sandi Tan's documentary, Shirkers, women in the audience spoke to the Singaporean film-maker "weeping and vibrating with rage", she says.
The anger was not directed at Tan, but at the man who, in a literal sense, stole her teenage dream of making a movie.
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