Milan Chams | Director
Separated as children, two brothers find themselves on opposing sides of the law as adults, with one working as a cop trying to take down the drug lord for whom his brother works.
Based on the true story about the hard-fought battle between the police force and the locals against the communists at Bukit Kepong in the year 1950. The battle reaches its climax on 23 February at the Bukit Kepong police station, which has only 18 members when they are attacked by 180 violent communists. Directed by Jins Shamsudin, "Bukit Kepong" won the Best Film Award in the 3rd Malaysian Film Festival in 1982.
Esok Masih Ada
Many may remember this classic “Esok Masih Ada”, where Azean Irdawaty clinched Best Actress at the inaugural Malaysian Film Festival in 1980. ASP Zamri’s family life crumbles when his only child succumbs to leukemia. His later befriends Marina, the daughter of Cheong, a banker whom he had saved from a robbery cum hostage attempt. When their friendship begins to blossom, out of sympathy or perhaps gratitude, Cheong convinces his daughter to marry Zamri following which they are blessed with a son, Jefri. However Jefri is placed in the care of Faridah, Zamri’s first wife, which results in Zamri now spending most of his time with Faridah and Jefri. Don’t miss the chance to catch this classic as if it were shot yesterday, by watching the digitally remastered version of “Esok Masih Ada” in HD (high-definition) and see how the triangle unfolds as loneliness creeps into Marina’s life.
Tiada Esok Bagimu
“Tiada Esok Bagimu” exposes the weaknesses prevalent amongst the upper echelons of-society, as seen through the lives of a minister, an architect and a lawyer, each of whom have different tastes and desires. The minister is seen to use his position to successfully get his way with a naive young girl. Meanwhile a young lawyer questions his family name and social status when it is revealed that he has been betrothed to a girl with a “tarnished reputation”. A young architect embraces Western ideologies and ignores his heritage and Malay artistic elements. Is this a true portrayal of the situation in the late 70’s? Now’s the chance to see for your self, as you watch this digitally remastered version of “Tiada Esok Bagimu” in HD (high-definition).
Menanti Hari Esok
A successful career and respect from those around you, doesn’t necessarily translate to success raising a family. This film touches upon how Talib, when faced with cancer, realises that despite successfully managing a school, he has failed to raise his own children in a similar manner. Realising that the failure was a result of the lack of good moral values and fundamentals of religion, will Talib be able to rectify his actions before succumbing to his fate? Find out… as you watch the digitally remastered version of this classic “Menanti Hair Esok” in HD (high-definition).