Appoy is a school kid with a creative mind who couldn't cope up with the formal system. All the while he got attention through his art. When he was forced to the edge of the system he begin...
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Mohd Syafie Naswip,
Salehuddin Abu Bakar
Appoy is a school kid with a creative mind who couldn't cope up with the formal system. All the while he got attention through his art. When he was forced to the edge of the system he begin to lose his identity. Later he is pushed into a loser category. At one point he begins to get attention when he started to perform outside of the system as a wild character. Because of the strong outer factor of the system and due to confused feelings he chose to remain as a wild character without knowing he is actually being a slave of the rottening system.
A peer into Indian community in Malaysia during the 90s
Set in 90s, this movie tells a story about an Indian family and the way they cope with everyday life in Malaysia. Focusing on issues that often associated with Indian communities in Malaysia ( gangsterism, poverty, etc), this movie gives us a solid story telling on how this issues are deal from an Indian family point of view.
While I appreciate the movie good storytelling & metaphors, I wish the story would have better pace and better focus on characters development. At times, the story seems draggy and characters actions seems random.
It's definitely a good watch especially you wanted to peer into Indians community, their way of life and their deal with social issues.
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