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Yasmine (2014)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 16 August 2014 (Brunei)
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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Salman Aristo
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Credited cast:
Mentari De Marelle Mentari De Marelle ... Dewi
Aryl Falak Aryl Falak ... Adi
Jazz Hayat Jazz Hayat ... Roni
Nabila Huda Nabila Huda ... Nurul
Agus Kuncoro Agus Kuncoro ... Jamal
Ching Miau Lim ... Fighter
Maharasyi Maharasyi ... Fighter
M. Nasir M. Nasir ... Datuk Raja Nan Hitam
Dian P. Ramlee Dian P. Ramlee ... Grandmother
Arifin Putra ... Halim
Reza Rahadian ... Fahri
Carmen Soo ... Mother
Roy Sungkono ... Ali
Nadiah Wahid Nadiah Wahid
Soo Wincci Soo Wincci ... Classroom Teacher
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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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martial arts | brunei | See All (2) »

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Some dreams are worth fighting for

Genres:

Action | Drama

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Not Rated | See all certifications »
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Country:

Brunei

Language:

Malay

Release Date:

16 August 2014 (Brunei) See more »

Also Known As:

Bajnokságra törve See more »

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Origin Films See more »
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Color
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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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Better than The Karate Kid
16 March 2016 | by pro_crustesSee all my reviews

I loved The Karate Kid, but the absence of the lead character's mother from most of his affairs didn't let me believe in the story as much as I'd have liked to. In this film, father/daughter interaction, portrayed pretty convincingly, is an important part of the story. This is still a coming-of-age piece, but it has more depth than Kid did, while retaining an excellent sense of humor, as well as showing a mature respect for the subject matter.

The filmography is beautiful. The score is uplifting. The acting is compelling. This is truly an amazing debut by many of those involved.

There are a few flaws, and they make it hard to follow the sequence of events here and there, but it all makes sense before the end.

We watched it with our fourteen-year-old son, who liked it. A good family film for middle schoolers.


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