|Directed by Deepa Mehta|
|Canada, 1977 (documentary, 25 minutes, colour, English)|
"What's the Weather Like Up There? [...] is a portrait of Louis Lim, an Asian immigrant to Canada. Despite his extensive banking experience, he has only been able to find work in the cashier's booth of the underground parking lot below (ironically) the Commerce Court building in Toronto. But he is resolutely cheerful, an admirable husband and father, and a knowledgeable music lover."
-- Gerry Flahive (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Produced by:||Deepa Saltzman, Paul Saltzman|
|Production Company:||Sunrise Films|