Mark Lee's scary "2359"
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Mark Lee's scary "2359"


"2359" which follows an army barrack at Pulau Tekong, has officially started production with Mark Lee cast as an army sergeant.

11 May – Upcoming horror film "2359" has officially started its principle photography with Singaporean actor Mark Lee attached to the project, reports Sinema website.

The comedic-actor who is also currently filming the Kung Fu comedy "Petaling Street Warrior", will take on the role of an army sergeant facing the mysterious death of his recruits everyday.

The Singaporean effort is produced by multiple award-winning producer Eric Khoo and is directed by Gilbert Chan, who preciously worked on "Love Matters" with Jack Neo.

The story of "2359" is based on a true event set along an army barrack at Pulau Tekong in 1983. The title of the film "2359" is a popular term used by the military to represent the last minute before midnight, the creepiest time of the night.

The term also believes that whomever dies at that exact moment of time before midnight, will not rest in peace as their spirit will roam among mortals to seek vengeance.

Produced by Clover Films, Eric Khoo's Zhao Wei Films, Primeworks Studios, Passion Entertainment, Innoform Media, Gorylah Pictures and MM2 Entertainment, "2359" is expected to be released on Malaysian and Singaporean screens at the end of 2011.


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