As the title suggests, lots of torturing (seksa) goes on in the film.
Thaqif was a young boy who had his whole life ahead of him and for no justified reasons, he was treated the way he was. The system that allowed it to happen has to be brought to justice.
Politicians must simply learn to digest this reality or forget their political aspirations altogether. All this comes with their willingness to be honest.
Is this a total copycat South Korean drama made into a Malay film screened in the cinemas?
If given the choice, I would take public transportation everywhere I go. But I have to say that it is almost impossible to do so because of how the country has been designed.
At the end of the day, reality will set in – if we are living hand to mouth, and God forbid something happens, like a car accident or a hospital visit, and we can’t find the funds to fix it, intrinsic motivators do not mean much.
Bade Hj Azmi’s Sindiket has a good story premise and idea. But what about the execution?
When I started working in 2000, the starting pay for a fresh graduate with a college degree was about RM2,000. Within five years, I managed to buy an affordable local car and a medium-cost walk-up apartment.
The question here is why are there those who managed to escaped the cycle when so many others remained trapped in the same social reproduction?
Here’s our complete review of Seeing Eye Films online occult mini series on YouTube.
Countries that are considered third world have the highest number of smokers compared to those that are first world.