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My Failing Eyesight (2003)
"Rabun" (original title)

TV Movie  -   -  Family | Drama  -  24 January 2004 (Malaysia)
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An elderly couple move out of the city to a village, but this exuberant and affectionate pair find that life in the countryside isn't all that pleasant after all.

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M. Rajoli ...
Pak Atan
Kartina Aziz ...
Mak Inom
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An elderly couple move out of the city to a village, but this exuberant and affectionate pair find that life in the countryside isn't all that pleasant after all.

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Finally, a worth while malaysian film.
27 June 2003 | by (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) – See all my reviews

Rabun is surely one of the better Malaysian Movie in a long while. As far I can remember, the last good Malaysian movie was made by a certain Tan Sri, Tan Sri P. Ramlee himself. It has a simple story line about the director's parent and it leaves you feeling nice at the end. Some very charming and romantic moments are captured by the rookie director. In the beginning, I was expecting some art film with a profound statement but to my pleasant surprise, the film does not go up this route that is so often taken by "indie directors". There are some moments that I feel could move along faster but in the end one is at least rewarded by the touching end scene. Worth the 90 minutes of my time.

Can't wait for Yasmin's next film.


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