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Posted: 23 Apr 2012 11:03 PM PDT


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Posted: 02 Mar 2012 07:28 AM PST

For the preview filem BUNOHAN..thanx BRONT!

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Posted: 11 Apr 2012 11:05 PM PDT


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Posted: 02 Mar 2012 07:28 AM PST

For the preview filem BUNOHAN..thanx BRONT!

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Posted: 05 Apr 2012 11:21 PM PDT


Bunohan (2012) [Malaysia] - Other Asian Movies (Torrent Download <b>...</b>

Posted: 05 Apr 2012 04:25 PM PDT

Description Bunohan
A.K.A. Return to Murder
         
Alternative Posters
o Year: 2012 (8 March)
o Directed by: Dain Said
o Produced by: Apparat
o Genre: Drama | Horror | Action
o Runtime: 1 hr 34 min
o Country: Malaysia
o Language: Malay (Kelantanese Dialect)
o Subtitles: English | Malay (selectable)
o IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2041321/
o Casts: Faizal Hussein, Zahiril Adzim, Pekin Ibrahim, Wan Hanafi Su, Namron, Bront Palarae, Tengku Azura

SYNOPSIS

A complex story of murder, passion and haunting memories for three estranged brothers and their ailing father.

Ilham (Faizal Hussein), Bakar (Pekin Ibrahim) and Adil (Zahiril Adzim) are three estranged half-brothers, sons of the old wayang kulit puppetmaster Pok Eng (Wan Hanafi Su). Ilham is a hitman for a Thai crime syndicate, charged by his keeper Deng (Bront Palarae) with finding a tomoi kickboxer who fled his fight and doesn't necessarily have to bring him back alive. Adil is that kickboxer, reluctantly rescued by his friend Muski (Amerul Affendi) and brought back to his old mentor Pok Wah (Namron). Bakar is scheming to obtain his father's ancestral lands in order to sell it to developers, and has his henchman Jolok (Hushairy Hussein) bribing and threatening anyone who stands in his way. The fractured family converge on their home village - aptly named Bunohan, loosely meaning "murder" - where the spectre of Ilham's mother Mek Yah (Tengku Azura) still haunts the swamps and beaches. Their tale will be one of corruption, betrayal, despair, violence - and yes, murder. (ThatMovieBloggerFella)

TECHNICAL INFO
o Source: DvDRip by TeamAryzs
o Type: Movie
o File Format: Matroska
o File size: 1.36GB
o Codec: AVC
o Resolution: 720x544 pixels
o Framerate: 25.000 fps
o Video Bitrate: 1 623 Kbps
o Audio: AC-3
o Audio Bitrate: 448kbps

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REFERENCES/REVIEWS
http://thatmoviebloggerfella.blogspot.com/2012/03/village-called-murder.html
http://www.nightsandweekends.com/articles/11/NW1100396.php
http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117946050/
http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/bunohan-toronto-review-236173

AWARDS/RECOGNITIONS
NETPAC Award - Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival 2011
Official Selection -  Toronto's International Film Festival (TIFF) 2011
Official Selection - International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) 2012

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Posted: 03 Mar 2012 12:00 AM PST


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Posted: 03 Mar 2012 12:00 AM PST


Jalan Pintas Movie Screening (2nd – 6th May) | The Actors Studio

Posted: 03 Mar 2012 05:00 PM PST

The title of the 65 minutes feature film is JALAN PINTAS. The film was directed by Namron and had it's premiere at the Freedom Film Fest last year.

This independently produced film is in Malay and runs at approx. 65 mins and was shot on HD (Canon 5D). It also stars Bront Palarae, Zahiril Adzim and Sharifah Amani.

Presenter: Rat Production & The Actors Studio

Genre: Movie Screening

Date/Time: 2 – 5 May 2012 @ 830PM    &    6 May 2012 @ 3PM

Venue: THE ACTORS STUDIO @ LOT 10

Tickets: Admission by RM10 donation

Language: English and Malay

http://www.theactorsstudio.com.my/wp-admin/media-upload.php?type=image&tab=type&post_id=3397#

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Posted: 06 Mar 2012 11:30 PM PST


FightBah!: Tomoi Movie: Bunohan

Posted: 06 Mar 2012 05:56 PM PST

A new Malaysian made movie called Bunohan is out for fans of Tomoi/ Muaythai kickboxing!
Check out the trailer here:
What we also found out about the movie is that it actually won some awards overseas:
World Premiere @ Toronto Int'l Film Festival (8-18 Sept 2011) - Discovery 

US Premier @ Austin Fantastic Festival (22-29 Sept 2011)

Asian Premier @ Taipei Golden Horse (Nov 2011)

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Here are some info about the movie as from
their facebook page:
Plot:


BUNOHAN is set in the secluded mangroves of Malaysia. Three brothers return to their home, each with their own path and each with their own fate. Kickboxer Adil, the youngest, is on the run from an illegal fight, while Ilham, a hired assassin and the oldest brother, hunts for his next prey. It is the middle brother, Bakar, an opportunist, that sets them all on a collision course of deceit, regret and murder. As quickly as their lives reunite, their ties are forever ripped apart.


Starring


Faizal Hussein, Zahiril Adzim, Pekin Ibrahim, Bront Palarae, Namron, Wan Hanafisu, Hushairy Hussin, Amerul Affendi, Jimmy Lor, Tengku Azura

Directed, Screen Played & Written by:

Dain Said

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We also found this trailer at their official youtube account here.

Check out this "the making video".

What got us most excited is that (at minute 10:45) we see Mr. Marzuki helping to choreograph the Tomoi fight scenes for the movie. For the readers info, Mr. Marzuki is also the organiser for the recent F3 event & a very active Muaythai activist. He is a legit Muaythai teacher and with his guidance FightBah believes the movie to pack some interesting fight scenes to watch.

In fact (at minute 12:10) "Kipas Lanun" a well known Malaysian Muaythai fighter will cameo as 1 of the fighters in the movie for the Malaysian fight fans.

Bunohan will be showing in the following location:


JOHOR

- Cathay Cineplex City Sq. 

- GSC Pelangi Leisure Mall JB
- LFS Segamat

KUALA LUMPUR

- GSC Mid Valley (w/ English subtitles)
- GSC Pavillion (w/ English subtitles)
- GSC Berjaya Times Square
- MBO Festival City Mall Danau Kota

KEDAH:

- Grand Cineplex Sg. Petani
- LFS Mahkota

NEGRI SEMBILAN

- GSC Mega Mall Kuantan

PERAK

- TGV Kinta City, Ipoh

PULAU PINANG

- LFS Bukit Jambul

PUTRAJAYA

- LFS Riverside Kuching

SELANGOR

- TGV Sunway Pyramid (w/ English subtitles)
- TGV Bukit Tinggi, Klang
- TGV Mines Sri Kembangan
- Cathay Cineplex Mutiara Damansara
- MBO Space U8 Mall Shah Alam
- LFS Kuala Selangor

TERENGGANU

- TGV Mesra Mall

BRUNEI (Dari 15 Mac)



- Jing Hua Cineplex 


For more info on Bunohan check out their official site here. See you in the movies!

Is BUNOHAN This Century&#39;s Greatest Malay Movie?

Posted: 05 Mar 2012 02:13 AM PST

Bunohan is a movie that is starting to gain popularity regarding its greatness long before it is even screened in cinemas.

Since the movie trailer was shown on Youtube last year, local movie lovers and activist start to feel that it would bear its own standard in local and international film industry.

It is proven true.

Even earlier the movie was sniffed out by Universal Pictures who successfully obtained distribution rights.

Since it was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, September last year, the movie produced by Nandita Solomon also managed to penetrate several other festivals including the 2011 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, 2011 Sao Paolo International Film Festival, Palm Spring International Film Festival, 2011 Asia Film Festival in Bali, 2012 Rotterdam International Film Festival and the 2011 Fantastic Fest in the United States of America.

Besides that, Bunohan's impressive storyline which features Faizal Hussein, Zahiril Adzim, Pekan Ibrahim, Bront Palarae, Nam Ron, Wan Hanafi Su, Sofi Jikan and many more has been marketed successfully in nearly 30 countries including United Kingdom (UK), France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand.

The latest, this movie was also highly praised by Rembau Member of Parliament who is also UMNO Youth Leader, Khairy Jamaluddin.

In an interview with a newspaper recently, its director Dain Said described Bunohan as a manuscript born from a sincere heart and is also close to his heart.

What more, raised in Tumpat, Kelantan, Dain was very impressed with tomoi activities which became a mandatory activity and generates economy from tomoi clubs.

"It could be said that Bunohan was born from my experience and perception when I was small who saw how tomoi activity which actually has a metaphor behind the definition of violence that is often labeled as.

"It really connects their family ties through business at the same time giving me an idea to write this manuscript.

"Maybe some do not know, Bunohan is also a place in Kelantan," he said telling that the story of Bunohan was already in his mind since five years ago before he directed his first movie, Dukun.

However said Dain, the tale of tomoi is not the backbone to Bunohan's narrative story but actually shows family relationship between three siblings played by Faizal, Zahiril Adzim and Pekin Ibrahim.

Bunohan is a story about Adil who was involved in a deathly tomoi competition in Thailand, however he was saved by his best-friend, Muski. Because he violated the rules, Adil is hunted by Ilham, a killer hired by the organizer of the illegal competition.

Muski brought Adil back to their hometown, Bunohan. Without realizing it, Ilham is his step-brother who has not return to his hometown since he ran away as a teenager, after his parents divorced. Ilham tracked Adil to Bunohan.

There, Adil's older brother, Bakar also returned to the hometown with an excuse of taking care their father who is sick. Actually, he has an evil agenda.


Wow…actually I am quite excited when I read the comments, trailer and the movie's storyline.

Could it be true that Bunohan is this century's greatest Malay movies?

Watch it in cinemas starting this March 8…. -Syahril A. Kadir (mynewshub.my)

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Posted: 21 Apr 2012 11:35 PM PDT


BUANASENI: BUNOHAN, A KELANTANESE CINEMATIC <b>...</b>

Posted: 21 Apr 2012 01:23 AM PDT

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Title: Bunohan ~ Type: Movie ~ Genre: Malay Thriller Drama ~ Year: 2012 ~ Length: 1 hour 37 minutes ~ Writer & Director: Dain Iskandar Said ~ Producers: Nandita Solomon / Apparat ~ Casts: Faizal Hussein, Zahril Adzim, Pekin Ibrahim & Bront Palarae UNOHAN is a Kelantanese cinematic experience. This thriller drama is presented in the Kelantanese dialec (Klate) all the way. Not coming from the state of Kelantan, I was forced to read the subtitles save for some few words that I understand. Even the word Bunohan was pronounced Bunoh'e. The actors must have practised speaking Klate real hard because those actors,... I don't think they are Kelantanese. Nevertheless, the movie is fantastic. I was surprised to have enjoyed a relatively simple story. That has to be because of a very well production work done for it. Two thumbs up for Dain, the writter and director. Bunohan literally means "murder" in Bahasa Malaysia. No doubt the movie does have a lot of murderous scenes, but what is interesting is that, the movie was shot at a town called Bunohan near the border of Malaysia-Thailand in the state of Kelantan. I must say that the cinematography is fantastic. Kelantan offers beautiful scenery in the villages, forests, beaches, etc. That, coupled with brilliant angle, effects and 'poetic'ally organised photography, produces a magnificant piece of art work from cinematography point of view. It creates the mood necessary for the movie, i.e. dark and suspense. My favourite scenes are the ones involving a grave yard by the beach where you can see hundreds of tomb stones sticking out from the sandy beach that is flanked by a melancholic ocean waves as if saying good bye to the departed and sheltered by the dark clouds above.

My initial thoughts when I heard that Faizal Hussein was going to be in it wasn't that impressive because I could not imagine how someone like him can bring a dark role. Faizal is famous for his acting as playful teenager given his boyish look. It seems that he has lost that boyish look and has gone brutal - Magnificent acting by Faizal! Bront Palarae has always been a good actor. The only issue here is that he doesn't appear as much as I hoped he would. Zahril is a new and young actor who proved himself well in a TV-drama series Juvana. In Bunohan, Zahril elevated his career and acting quality. Pekin on the other hand is a mysterious one. I have never seen him before. For a mysterious guy, his mysterious acting was somewhat appropriate as well. The cinematography and acting present a quality worthy of the label "new age Malay movie" that can only manifest itself from a job well done by the director, Dain.

... an assasin who finds himself back in his hometown, Bunohan, for a 'job' to eliminate a tomoi (kickboxing) fighter named Bunga Lalang ...
The story line is relatively simple but powerful enough to create necessary actions surrounding it. It is about a battle over the custody of a land by the beach side which is used as a grave yard to the people of Bunohan. Three brothers have differing opinions over the matter. The eldest, Ilham (Faizal Hussein), is an assasin who finds himself back in his hometown, Bunohan, for a 'job' to eliminate a tomoi (kickboxing) fighter named Bunga Lalang - only to find himself caught in a family dispute over custody of his father's land. The three brothers, it seems, share different mothers. Bakar (Pekin), a younger brother, is determined to win custody over the land as he has secured a viable development project that can only proceed if the land is available. The youngest of them all, Adil (Zahril), left town in protest of his brother Bakar and finds his way in the rough-life of Thailand. Ilham was accompanied by a fellow assasin, Deng (Bront), a dark character who knows no mercy. The deal gets thougher when the death of Bunga Lalang may not be achieved when the mysterious Bunga Lalang is actually the wonderer in Thailand who ran away from his family because of a land custody dispute. Apparently, Ilham has lost contact with his half-brothers too long that he had no clue that his target, Bunga Lalang, is no other than his half brother, Adil. When family gets intertwined with business, it gets messy. What is more interesting is that, Bunga Lalang had to return to Bunohan for a tomoi fight to settle old debts of his guardian, a tomoi-house-master. In Bunohan, they all met. Everything that needs to happen, happened, inclusive of bunohan (murder). In the end, the land where "hundreds of tomb stones sticking out from the sandy beach that is flanked by a melancholic ocean waves as if saying good bye to the departed and sheltered by the dark clouds above" had to fall under someone's hand. Whose hands will it be? Well, for you Malaysians, please support local industry! The movie is no longer in the cinemas but the original DVDs are available.
... hundreds of tomb stones sticking out from the sandy beach that is flanked by a melancholic ocean waves as if saying good bye to the departed and sheltered by the dark clouds above ...

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