Timeless Love (film)

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Timeless Love
Directed byLim Koon Hwee
Dasmond Koh
Produced byDavid Leong
Starring Aloysius Pang
Cynthia Ruby Wang
Kimberly Chia
Xu Bin
Joshua Ang
Michelle Tay
Josephine Chan
Eugene Lim
NoonTalk Media
Distributed byShaw Organisation
Release date
  • 8 March 2012 (2012-03-08)(Singapore)
Language Mandarin

Timeless Love (Chinese :那个夏天; pinyin :nà gè xià tiān) is a Singaporean romance drama film about teenage love and loss. It is directed by Singaporean TV personality Dasmond Koh. It was released on 8 March 2012. [1]



The plot mostly revolves around Morgan, who finds an island lease and a photo of a mysterious-looking stranger posing on an island whilst looking through his grandmother's belongings. Morgan somehow recalls that his grandmother used to tell him tales of her regrets with regards to a watch and the island when he was younger. Intrigued on the identity of the mysterious man and to escape the paparazzi, he decides to head off to the island to unravel the mysteries and find answers. As he went to the island, he found 3 teenagers. Love blossoms. But, are they related or what do all of them got to do with the island?


Kimberly Chia Xiao Wei 小微
Aloysius Pang Morgan
Xu Bin Sky
Joshua Ang Eden
Cynthia Ruby Wang Nai Nai 奶奶
Michelle TayDa Li
J. ChanPepper
Eugene LimUri

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  1. "TIMELESS LOVE (2012)", Movie Exclusive, Singapore, February 2012.