Next, you see them teaching the young Orked and her friend Mukhsin how to fly kites.
In your opinion, why did I put this surreal, wholly anachronistic scene in the film?
In fact, this strange scene was already there at script stage. I remember telling some of my Singaporean friends about my intention to write this scene, even while I was working on the script in Bali. Some of them expressed serious doubts as to whether it would work.
And yet, I included it anyway. Why?
There are no right or wrong answers, of course. I'm just interested in what you think.