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Breakfast Lunch Dinner 3 Asian Female Directors 3 Stories of Love in 3 Asian Cities Helmed by three female directors, this omnibus features three films set in China, Thailand and Singapore respectively. Each story occurs at a specific mealtime, and seeks to interpret the frailties and complexities of love through different Asian perspectives. All three stories are tethered with the question, “Will you marry me?” Mirroring the repasts themselves, Breakfast and Dinner are heavier in tone, while Lunch is light with a sprinkle of humor.
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Breakfast Lunch Dinner

Film
Film
Original Title (If different): 
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Language: 
Chinese
Other languages or subtitles: 
English
Production country: 
Singapore
Running time (In minutes): 
87 mins
Theme: 
Romance
Category/Format: 
Fiction Features
Student film: 
No
Production year: 
January, 2011
Film Credits
About the Director: 

WANG JING
Wang Jing is a Chinese filmmaker from the Republic of China. She graduated from Beijing Film Academy. **Her debut feature film “Crossroads” saw its World premiere at the 37th International Film Festival Rotterdam 2008, and its Asia premiere at the 32nd Hong Kong International Film Festival 2008. “Crossroads” has won the Jury Committee Award at the 5th China Independent Film Festival 2008, and the Best Feature Film Award at the 4th Gold Word Prize of Beijing Film Academy 2008.
Film: Cross road (2008)
Breakfast(2010,short)
ANOCHA SUWICHAKORNPONG
Anocha Suwichakornpong, also known as ‘Mai’, graduated from an MFA film programme at Columbia University, New York in 2006. **2006, Anocha’s thesis, “Graceland” became the first Thai short film to be included in the Official Selection at Cannes Film Festival (Cinéfondation). In 2010, Anocha’s first feature “Mundane History” won the VPRO Tiger Award at the International Film Festival Rotterdam. She was awarded best director award at the Mumbai Film Festival, and the film also earned the top prize at the 7th Transilvania International Film Festival, and the Grand Prix at Era New Horizons International Film Festival.
Film: 747 (2001, short, co-dir), Days Like This (2002, short), Full Moon (2003, short), Not a New York Story (2004, short), Ghosts (2005, short), Graceland (2006, short), Like. Real. Love (2008, short), Mundane History (2009), Lunch (2010, short)
KAZ CAI
Kaz Cai is a Singaporean filmmaker. In the past decade, she has produced, directed and /or edited documentaries and live concerts, which garnered numerous Asian TV Awards. She has also won a number of Apollo Awards for her work in television commercials, and other multifarious accolades for music videos and promos, including the prestigious Promax & BDA.
Film: Dinner (2010, short)

Film director: 
Wang Jing (Breakfast); Anocha Suwichakornpong (Lunch); Kaz Cai (Dinner)
Producer: 
Tay Bee Pin
About the Producer: 
Armed with six years of working experience with the national broadcaster MediaCorp TV, Tay Bee Pin co-founded Embassy Productions in 2001, specializing in producing documentary programmes, promotional spots as well as corporate videos. An award-winning promo producer, Tay Bee Pin clinched two Promax Asia Awards, and also works of Embassy Productions had received recognition at the Asia TV Forum Super Pitch, New York Festivals, The Singapore Asia Image Apollo Awards and Asia TV Awards. In 2007, Tay Bee Pin started Wormwood Film. His first short ‘Flat Dream’ and first film ‘Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner’ were official selection at the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam. Wormwood Films’ projects had also been invited to Taipei Golden Horse Film & TV Promotion twice and also Paris Project Screening. The company was also a recipient of the ‘Script Development Grant’ and ‘Short Film Grant’ from Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA).
Screenplay: 
Wang Jing (B); Anocha Suwichakornpong (L); Kaz Cai (D)
Editing: 
Wang Jing, Lee Chatametikool
Film photographer: 
Han Yan, Wang San Shang (B), M.R. Umpornpol Yugala (L); Morgan Peline (D)
Sound: 
Akritchalerm Kalayanamitr
Music: 
Leslie Low
Art Director: 
Wang Dou (B); Parinda Moongmaiphol (L); Michele Low (D)
Cast 1: 
Wang Pin as Mei (Breakfast)
Cast 2: 
Kamolluk Piyavittayanon as Mei (Lunch)
Cast 3: 
Beatrice Chien as Mei (Dinner)
Film synopsis: 
3 Asian Female Directors 3 Stories of Love in 3 Asian Cities Synopsis Helmed by three female directors, this omnibus features three films set in China, Thailand and Singapore respectively. Each story occurs at a specific mealtime, and seeks to interpret the frailties and complexities of love through different Asian perspectives. All three stories are tethered with the question, “Will you marry me?” Mirroring the repasts themselves, Breakfast and Dinner are heavier in tone, while Lunch is light with a sprinkle of humor.
Technical infos
Technical infos
Original Film Format: 
HDV
Format Ratio: 
16:9
Film Sound: 
Other
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