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Lips to Lips (2000)

Malaysia's first digital film is an urban comedy set during one day in Kuala Lumpur. It features four entwined stories about desire, where people's paths cross in unexpected ways. A ... See full summary »

Director:

Amir Muhammad

Writer:

Amir Muhammad
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
James Lee James Lee ... James
Anitha Abdul Hamid Anitha Abdul Hamid ... Anitha
Huzir Sulaiman Huzir Sulaiman ... Huzir
Daniel Khong Daniel Khong ... Daniel
Manesh Nesaratnam Manesh Nesaratnam ... Manesh
Patrick Teoh Patrick Teoh ... Patrick (as Teoh Kah Yong)
Joanna Bessey Joanna Bessey ... Joanna
Kee Thuan Chye Kee Thuan Chye ... Scrabble Man
Ako Mustapha Ako Mustapha ... Ako
Soraya Sunitra Xiang Yin Kee Soraya Sunitra Xiang Yin Kee ... Witch
Kubhaer T. Jethwani Kubhaer T. Jethwani ... Da Poet
Ary Malik Ary Malik ... Ary
Mark Teh Mark Teh ... Mark
Iskandar Najmuddin Iskandar Najmuddin ... Irate Customer
Ernie Chen Ernie Chen ... Ernie
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Malaysia's first digital film is an urban comedy set during one day in Kuala Lumpur. It features four entwined stories about desire, where people's paths cross in unexpected ways. A suicidal young man mourns the death of his step-mother, who had come into fatal contact with an apple. A bubbly DJ on the eve of her wedding catches her fiance in an unexpected sexual encounter. A dapper restaurant owner falls for his double. And a bookshop clerk resorts to black magic to get the attention of a girl with a fetish for cook-books. Written by amirmu <amirmu@hotmail.com>

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It's all a matter of appetite See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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Malaysia

Language:

English | Malay

Release Date:

7 November 2000 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia See more »

Company Credits

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Artsee.net,Kino-i Sdn Bhd See more »
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Stereo

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Color
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Spoofs The 39 Steps (1935) See more »

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Refreshing!
24 May 2001 | by zooviewSee all my reviews

OK, so this is Malaysia's first indie movie....not as slick as Hollywood stuff but very different from the normal run-of-the-mill Malaysian drama. The sense of humour is quirky (and maybe startling). Some people might find it a bit over-the-top and self-indulgent, but the situations and dialogue are still very Malaysian even though presented in a semi-surreal and cartoony way. Good effort from those involved, and I hope to see more of such local works. Simply loved those two cops - they should have been given more scenes!


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