Lizz kicks some butt in fun mur­der mys­tery

The Star Early Edition - - TONIGHT -

I love pre­dict­ing the plot and how it will con­clude. As a writer, you no­tice when the clues in a script are planted, so it’s of­ten fairly easy to pre­dict this. What is the se­cret to your longevity in the act­ing busi­ness? I’m ver­sa­tile, pro­fes­sional and pleas­ant to work with (I hope!). I strive to cre­ate new fresh sto­ries, fresh roles for my­self and oth­ers. I hate clichés – I adore do­ing orig­i­nal, un­usual work. I cre­ate a lot of my own work. I don’t do soapies, the repet­i­tive and for­mu­ladriven na­ture of the genre doesn’t ap­peal to me. We are ac­cus­tomed to you en­ter­tain­ing us, but what makes you laugh? My sense of hu­mour is dark. I en­joy del­i­cate, clever, witty com­edy and satire. I don’t like pranks or slap­stick. That’s why this new fea­ture film is so close to my heart – it’s clever hu­mour, multi-lay­ered and orig­i­nal. Like Fred­erico Fellini’s work, Koos Roets is a past mas­ter at the art of en­gag­ing audiences with the orig­i­nal and the clev­erly un­der­stated. opens at

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