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A father and son wrestle with love in a small Malaysian fishing village. While the father looks up an old lover he should have married years ago, his son faces a romantic dilemma of his own…
2009 | Special Mention: Best Southeast Asian Film
A slow-going, realistic tale of love, forgiveness, and regret. Highly recommended for anyone willing to take a quick dive into the budding world of southeast Asian cinema. Criminally underrated.
A rare view into the hardships of love on a poor Malay fisherman's town... with beautiful photography throughout. Nice!
Provincial Malay drama. Patient, slow, honest. Bonus points for poisoned frogs.
It was interesting to see how a small fishing village drys/salts fish!