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dir. Liu Jian
2017 | China | Crime, Thriller | In Chinese with English subtitles | 75 min | PG13 (Some Coarse Language)


Best Animated Feature at Golden Horse Awards 2017

A city in southern China and a bag containing a million yuan draws several people from diverse backgrounds with different personal motives into a bloody conflict. Philosophising gangster bosses, ageing hitmen, men and women who are tired of the struggle to survive – anyone who happens to have the bag holds on to it tightly, as if it were a lifeline. HAVE A NICE DAY 好极了 is a black comedy; the film’s inscrutable, laconic humour holds up a magnifying glass to attitudes to life and social conditions. Humankind’s constant greed meets a deeply insecure country in transition. The reduced realism of the film’s animated tableau heightens and stylises the mood in today’s China, caught between stasis and a new beginning. The protagonists of this macabre dance wander, strangely lost, through precisely drawn but radically changing cityscapes. The signs and symbols of capitalism impose themselves everywhere, but most people are excluded from the life these signs promise. And Mao Zedong’s image still graces the banknotes.



The screening will be followed by a 30-minute dialogue with Singaporean animators Harry and Henry Zhuang, as well as Ang Qing Sheng. It will be moderated by David Lee, Vice Chairman of Singapore Film Society.

The discussion will encompass contemporary Chinese animation films in relation to the local animation scene.

Henry & Harry Zhuang
Ang Qing Sheng


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  1. Michael Lee March 6, 2018 at 2:07 am

    The show on 21st March 2018 titled “Have A Nice Day”, the Chinese title is stated as “Dao Shijie” (Big World) on the SFS website.

    But at the end of the Trailer, the Chinese title is “Hao Ji Zi” (Good Boy).

    Out of curiosity, may I know which Chinese title is the correct one?

    Thank you.

    Michael Lee

    • Sherman Ho March 6, 2018 at 6:50 pm

      Hi Michael,

      Thanks for highlighting that – the correct title has been reflected on our page now!


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