This is a short film about a really local place in Singapore: something not so pretty, but that would still tell an interesting story from the perspective of the camera – Tekka Wet Market in Little India. Here you can find a huge enclosed warehouse with row after row of stalls filled with local people, exotic fresh seafood, prime cuts of meat, fragrant Indian spices and fresh fruits and vegetables. The name “wet market” btw… comes from the constant wetting or spraying down the stalls and floors around the fish and poultry. It can get nasty in there!
For more info visit the blog: macomberproductions.com/2012/03/little-india-tekka-wet-market/