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Batu Caves

Malaya, 1961 (MIFF 1961, Programme 14)

Director: Goh Meng Kwee

The film probes the secrets and wonders of Kuala Lumpur's Batu Caves and records the fascinating phenomena of the insect world hitherlo little known

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