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Serangoon Road

Serangoon Road

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In 1964, Singapore is an island on edge. Terrorists set off bombs in the streets, while locals and foreigners uneasily coexist. Sam Callaghan (Don Hany, Underbelly) bridges these worlds. An Australian expat and former army military intelligence officer, Sam spent his childhood in a Singaporean prison camp. When Patricia Cheng (Joan Chen, Lust, Caution; Twin Peaks) seeks his help to keep her detective agency afloat following her husband's murder, Sam quickly becomes the man to call to get a job done. Sam treads into tense situations with the street smarts born of a hard-fought past. Whether he's sharing Intel with a young CIA agent (Michael Dorman, Wonderland) or trying not to get killed by the leader of the Red Dragon gang (Chin Han, the Dark Knight), Sam is used to taking risks - including his love affair with the beautiful but married Claire Simpson (Maeve Dermody, Black Water). HBO Asia's first commissioned drama series, this high-quality co-production with Australia's ABC TV features absorbing mysteries set in the charged atmosphere of a country on the brink of change.

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    Details

    Title: Serangoon Road
    Genre: TV Crime
    Attributes: 3PC
    Release Date: 2/24/2015
    Original Year: 2013
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 2332
    UPC: 054961233298
    Item #: 1442657X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 2/24/2015
    Closed Caption: No
    Run Time: 557 minutes
    Studio: Acorn Media