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12 Storeys

12 Storeys
File:12 storeys poster.jpg
French Film Poster
Directed by Eric Khoo
Produced by Brian Hong
Jacqueline Khoo
James Toh
Jimmy Wee
Written by Eric Khoo
James Toh
Starring Jack Neo
Cinematography Yoke Weng Ho
Editing by Jasmine Ng Kin Kia
Release date(s)
Running time 105 minutes
Country Singapore
Language English

12 Storeys is a 1997 Singaporean dramatic film directed by Eric Khoo. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival.[1]


The film focues on the troubled lives of several people living in the same building. Soup vendor Ah Gu is having a hard time dealing with his money-hungry wife Lily. Nearby, young children are forced to raise their even younger siblings due to parental neglect.


  • Jack Neo - Ah Gu
  • Boon Pin Koh - Meng
  • Quan Yifeng (credited as Chuang Yi Fong) - Lily
  • May Yee Lum - Trixie
  • Lucilla Teoh - San San
  • Ritz Lim - Tee
  • Roderick Lim
  • Ronald Toh Chee Kong
  • Yee Loy Lok
  • Neo Swee Lin
  • Lim Kay Siu - Hawker
  • Lim Kay Tong - Mark


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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