(L-R) Cast and crew of "Sheep That Cannot Sleep" Lyricist Shinji Yasuda, Composer Takahiro Maeda, Actress Mindee Ong, Actor Akihiro Kawai, Director Yusuke Akamatsu and Actress Charlotte Hand. (Photo courtesy of Fly)
Most of us have attempted to record our dog's silly behaviour but has anyone seriously considered producing a Cannes-esque film using a mobile phone?
Director Yusuke Akamatsu will be the first in the world to film a full-length cinema-standard movie on an iPhone. According to film academies, a full-length film must be at least 40 minutes long.
The film will be shot mainly in Singapore and Japan using two iPhones and will feature local actress Mindee Ong.
Ong plays Matinee, a young woman who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder after witnessing her parents being murdered when she was still a child.
Matinee is then treated with a "life recovery machine" which takes away her memories and replaces it with a fictional reality. Matinee then searches for her younger sister played by The New Paper New Face runner-up Charlotte Hand, 17.
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