Men Who Save The World
Directed by Liew Seng Tat
The shadow of an African immigrant in an abandoned house was mistaken for a ghost and the hilarious situations that ensued, creating havoc in a quaint Malay village.
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★★★½ review by Still Here🏳️🌈 on Letterboxd
Perhaps it needs a film from Malaysia to tell it to the whole world. I'm not sure if I've ever seen another film that plays so cleverly with prejudices. By choosing comedy as a genre, Seng Tat Liew explores the situation from a little distance instead of jumping into the fight straight ahead. The amount of outrage that the film has caused in Malaysia definitely speaks for itself. Still I wonder if it really took advantage of its full potential.
★★★½ review by Elya on Letterboxd
This was a really good absurdly fun time! I don't know why I sound so surprised!
★★★★★ review by Iki Ali on Letterboxd
A very satirical take on Malay superstition, political propaganda and a tinsy bit of Islamic faith through the eyes of a Malaysian Chinese filmmaker.
Parts of it was very Tarantino-esque. Recommended!
★★★½ review by phazleeanna on Letterboxd
★★★★★ review by Edi on Letterboxd
Iri de blm pernah nemu film komedi qt yg sesimbolis ini
Dan sumpaa sejak dulu pgn bikin cerita tentang qurban wqwq that umbrella tho 👏👏
Knp harus ada komedi2 "selamat bangsat" segala si hadeuh
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