PLOT: "Siva, a 38 year old Singaporean Indian man, is released from prison after 8 years for contraband smuggling. Unable to find forgiveness from his mother, he begins a quest to locate his ex-wife and daughter to right the wrongs of the past. Just as he finds solace and hope in the company of an illegal Chinese worker, Chen Chen, he is confronted with a henious truth about his family. How far will he go in order to redeem himself from his guilt?"
Directed by K Rajagopal, "A Yellow Bird" is written by Jeremy Chua and K. Rajagopal, and is produced by AKANGA FILM ASIA (Fran Borgia), ACROBATES FILMS (Claire Lajoumard) and POTOCOL (Jeremy Chua) (Source: fmoviemag.com) - the film stars Siva Palakrishnan, Huang Lu, Seema Biswas, Udaya Soundari, Nithiyia Rao, and Indra Chandran.
As of this time of post, "A Yellow Bird" has been selected to compete in the 55th edition of La Semaine de la Critique (or Critics’ Week), a parallel event to the main Cannes Film Festival, held in France.
I'll update soonest with a trailer (I swear there was one not too long ago on youtube) - meanwhile, stay connected via the film's dedicated Facebook page.
(Above still via todayonline.com)