The Leon Theory

The Leon Theory - EP1

7 Mins
Some Coarse Language 些许粗俗语言;

By Toggle Video Published: 14 Jul 2017 Audio: English

Leon Hu has his life all figured out: get a GPA of 4.0, study at NUS and devote his life to fighting cyber crime. Leon loves puzzles but the one puzzle that he can never figure out is – girls. Leon has zero experience with girls. He went to an all boys’ primary and secondary school and at home, it’s just him and his dad. In a twist of fate, Leon ends up in The Insider, the school’s E - Magazine run entirely by girls. To protect his GPA, Leon has no choice but to strike a deal with the insider girls. Leon’s life used to be quiet, peaceful and uncomplicated. Now it’s unpredictable, dramatic and… a whole lot more exciting ! Follow Leon as he video blogs about his personal insights about a subject he knows absolutely nothing about… girls ! About the project: The Leon Theory is an original web series by teens, for teens, done in collaboration with a few schools in Singapore Polytechnic (SP), and SP’s Corporate Communication department. The concept was first pitched by third - year students from the Diploma in Creative Writing for TV and New Media (DTVM), School of Communication, Arts and Social Sciences. It was then further developed over 2 modules, involving more than 40 students. The scripts were then written by DTVM students and alumni. An open casting call was done in SP that saw about 150 SP students auditioning. Following which almost all roles were students from SP, with the exception of Leon and Christy. For the cast of SP students, this is their first time acting. The music and sound design is done by students from the Diploma in Music and Audio Technology, School of Digital Media and Infocomm Technology. And the logo for the opening titles was designed by a student from the School of Design. The team at SP worked closely with Big 3 Media, the co - production company, and with Sp Corporate Communications, to produce the 12 x 8 - minute web series.

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