A young woman who lives with her strict father works to become a a champion at Silat, Indonesia's version of kung fu.

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Aryl Falak ...
Adi
Jazz Hayat ...
Roni
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Nurul
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Jamal
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A young woman who lives with her strict father works to become a a champion at Silat, Indonesia's version of kung fu.

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Despite Brunei's wealth from oil and gas, Yasmine is only the country's third feature film. The first feature film was produced in 1968 and the second one in 2013. See more »

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a teenager who loves Silat (a martial art) doing everything to be the best Silat Martial Artist. With obstacles of course.
2 September 2014 | by See all my reviews

movie is fine, it impressed me, acceptable, but sometime looks a bit rushing.

its not new in term of story style, but its a very good effort. i like the cinematography.

"the best movie better than Indonesian and Malaysian"? i wouldn't say so. it is the best movie in Brunei produced by Bruneian director. but i will not compare it to neighbors countries like Malaysian and Indonesian. it sounds bias and could sound racist if Bruneian starts to give a maximum compliment on this movie.. plus its irrelevant.

because as you can see, a BIG percentage of the actors are not from Brunei. look at the main supporting characters. sufficient enough to make us notice that we didn't produce an awesome movie with only our local actors. so don't be to loud as if this "Bruneian 1st proper Movie" is so awesome and can beat all other's Malay Movies. this movie supported a lot by Indonesian and Malaysian and please remember that before you bark loud.

my comment, i like it, yet i would love to watch this with pure Brunei spontaneous slang. not a standard Bruneian slang and not a new "Bruneian mixed slang" which sounds more like Sarawakan and Indonesian. the movie is good. maybe the best in Brunei for now. i wouldn't say its the best in SEA. and i don't think Siti Kamaluddin is the 1st Female Director in SEA. do Google female directors from Malaysia and Indonesia and the rest of SEA. but yes, she maybe the 1st Female director… but thats in Brunei.

and yes, its a fine movie. thumbs up.


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