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Popcorn Culture - Review: Spilt Gravy on Rice

14-Jun-22 19:30

 Popcorn Culture - Review: Spilt Gravy on Rice

Adapted from the acclaimed play by the late Jit Murad, Spilt Gravy on Rice tells the story of an ageing father who invites his five children over to discuss some unresolved family issues. The movie was initially made 10 years ago, but faced numerous challenges getting a cinematic release - finally, it’s hitting our screens. Directed by Zahim Albakri, the movie features an illustrious cast of Malaysian actors, including Rahim Razali, Na’a Murad, Sean Ghazi, Bernice Chauly, and Jit himself. We review the film, and dive into the uniquely local stories it has to tell. 

Produced by: Arvindh Yuvaraj, Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by: Arvindh Yuvaraj, Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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Categories:  film

Tags:  spilt gravy on ricemalaysian actorsrahim razalina’a muradjit muradzahim albakrisean ghazireview





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