Aug 12, 2019
“After the making of P.S. In One’s Shoes, I had a better understanding of the work that goes into ensuring the tables at hawker centres are clean and tidy. The plates don’t simply clear by themselves, and most Singaporeans don’t return them to the tray return station. Now, I try to make an effort to clear my tray and clean the table for the next user.”
—Director Poh Yan Zhao on how the film has impacted his life. How will P.S. In One’s Shoes impact yours?