Sepet is one film that has really captured my heart. Yasmin Ahmad who directs this local production has managed to make a memorable epic depicting the realities of life here in Malaysia. I guess the reason why it captured so much of my attention is because of its frankness (in the movie's dialogues) in a country where racial discrimination goes hush hush, and often never shared from the heart between different colored people.
Yasmin made another film this year, titled "Gubra". I've not gotten a chance to watch this yet, but will probably do so soon.
Truth is, I'm actually blogging "parallel-ly" with Angeline. When I saw the title of her entry, it reminded me of the person, and not the pill.
Lame-o. I know. It's Tuesday.