Adapted loosely from Romeo and Juliet, Pekak is a story about a deaf drug pusher Uda whose dream is to get a cochlear implant so that he can finally hear again. When Uda meets and falls in ...
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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 ... See full summary »
A detective's subliminal connection with the dead allows him to visualize and solve their crimes. But when a deadly new killer proves immune to his vision, he's forced to test his limits as he seeks a truth he's not ready for.
Adapted loosely from Romeo and Juliet, Pekak is a story about a deaf drug pusher Uda whose dream is to get a cochlear implant so that he can finally hear again. When Uda meets and falls in love with Dara, an innocent school girl, he is even more determined to leave the life he's always known for a future with Dara. But will he be able to break free from the vicious ties that bind him or will he be stuck forever in the same bleak existence?Written by
don't aspect much, no doubt there is..some moments... but some flaws too many ruins it so this movie didn't get the thumbs up. # somehow this small time street pusher managed to get almost 60k this is so comical & it doesn't portrays the realism of drug biz world. # repeating environment & scenes which made me walk out off the theater after 50 minutes watching with patience . # its more like a TV movie, a good one not great & very predictable. # lacks of souls richness, the issue going on in this movie poorly executed, not in depth. # Characters root remains mystery not solidly well presented. For a Romeo+Juliet+drug wold kinda movie, Larry Clark's "Another Day In Paradise"(1998) & Drugstore Cowboy (1989) is way way much better, watch this movie to overshadow the disatisfaction after walk out off the theater & the rate is a joke
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