Husin has been working in Singapore for some time and decides to return to his hometown, Banana Village. Upon returning, he feels that his neighbour Mak Limah is strange as she does not ...
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Husin has been working in Singapore for some time and decides to return to his hometown, Banana Village. Upon returning, he feels that his neighbour Mak Limah is strange as she does not speak nor sleep. He then tells patrons at Pak Munawer's coffee shop that Mak Limah might be a ghost. Pak Abu decides they should investigate further but when they go to her house, she is already a rotting corpse. However, things get more interesting when the village is haunted by a strange occurrences, despite the burial of Mak Limah.
Well let me first say that most of the jokes are localized to Malaysian viewer. I laugh my a** of first time watching the movie. It was new (at the time of the movie release) and fresh (as oppose to romantic lovey dovey Malay movies out there). Awie was great in comedy amazingly, Johan was hilarious and the over-rated 'Usop Wilcha' is, well, unique...
The plot... hhmm... you can find that out for yourself (what's the fun in knowing the plot & twist before watching a movie anyways)
I recommend watching this movie and hope you enjoy it.
Before I end this.. I would like to say "Kita Bakor Je!!"
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