ROOM TO LET
Berg arrives in Kuala Lumpur and by chance meets Andrew. Andrew offers to share his bed in a rented room in an old bungalow. Berg stays and befriends the other occupants of the bungalow.india Updated: Jul 18, 2003 16:13 IST
ROOM TO LET
Director: James Lee
Berg arrives in Kuala Lumpur and by chance meets Andrew. Andrew offers to share his bed in a rented room in an old bungalow. Berg stays and befriends the other occupants of the bungalow. An artist occupant is missing and as Berg explores this mystery, we learn how the other occupants cope and reason with what had happened….
Berg Lee, Kiew Suet Kim, Andrew Low, Ling Tan, Koh Choon Eiow, Chong Sheon Wei
Doghouse 73 Pictures
Beta SP / colour / 108 min
James Lee originally trained as a graphic designer at a Malaysian college and worked in the field for three years. A film buff from his early days but had no formal training and experience in filmmaking. Lee decided to concentrate on theatre where he worked mainly backstage but also as an actor and director. Room To Let is Lee’s third feature film. His other films include Snipers (2001), Ah Beng Returns (2001), and shorts: Survivor, Sunflowers and Ewan Kwan’s Tragic Breakfast (2002).