Saturday, May 2, 2009

0 :: movie of an inspiration soul ::

It's always hard to aptly place Yasmin Ahmad's movies into a specific genre but it's no lie to say that hers are all little slices of life's pie where you can sit down and get a whiff of its delicious scent before taking a bite into something fulfilling. It was her vision to capture the essence of humanity in her films and the images in "Talentime" simply reverberate that sentiment. I would not go so far as to say they reflect a reality that we all know and recognize but Yasmin Ahmad's films have always been a sentimental look into human emotion; matters of the heart and most importantly - the concept of love.

"Talentime" does not disappoint in that sense.

Newcomers Pamela Chong and Mahesh Jugal Kishore are an adorable pair, just as Sharifah Amani and Ng Choo Seong had been in "Sepet". Yasmin Ahmad's talent of bringing out the best in her actors as well as their own personal charm is captured by the camera and you will believe those moments when the two of them stare silently into each other's eyes; expressing their love without words. The absence of voice in Mahesh's character does nothing to diminish the young man's intensity. The body language and the eye contact says it damn adorable...

The character of Hafiz played by Syafie Naswip has the best screen time in this writer's opinion and Syafie Naswip is an absolute winner. This young actor is certainly going to become a force to be reckoned with in the Malaysian entertainment scene.

By the time end credits roll, you might also be thinking "buy the OST when it comes out because the music in this film was wicked awesome!"

So i'm currently listening to one of the songs which is 'i go' by's damn awesome and i really loved this song dowh...will post an entry of the lyric coz the meaning is sooo damn deep...!!

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