The loud silence of 'Beng Hock'

10 Jul 2012 | 2,387 views

REVIEW Performing arts group Rumah Anak Teater's (RAT) take on the death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock aims to give voice to the man who met his death at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's Shah Alam office three years ago.

Ironically, the man 'embodying' Teoh does not speak a word throughout the play - his silence itself being the biggest statement of the 45-minute drama.

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Camera: Fendi Zulkfley

Editing: Azudin Hidzir