Syahana is a very religious girl who has a dream of becoming a Muslim model due to the influences of modelling videos on social media. Syahana then seeks for help from Fandi, a guy she met on the Internet who claims that he can help Syahana achieve her dreams. When her father and brother object to her decisions, she runs away to Kuala Lumpur to meet Fandi alone. Upon reaching Kuala Lumpur, she finds out she has been tricked and Fandi is bringing her into the world of prostitution instead of modelling.
: 4 Jun 2015
: Action / Romance
1 Hour 25 Minutes
: White Merpati Entertainment Sdn Bhd
: Sharnaaz Ahmad, Nur Fathia, Soffi Jikan, Adam Corrie,
: Arjin Uppal
Watch this if you liked:
“KL Gangster” and “Bohsia”
The Good, the Bad and the Hot Blooded:
• The film touches on the contemporary issue of today's society where young innocent girls are swindled into the world of prostitution.
• The elements and messages delivered by the film makes it worth the watch as it contains important moral values that many of us pay no attention to.
• Kudos to the line-up of cast for their wonderful and realistic performance, especially main actress Nur Fathia Latiff who managed to get the audience to have compassionate feelings towards her character.
• Overall, the film is like a thrilling and suspenseful roller-coaster ride where the audience can't help feeling anxious and tense throughout the movie similar to the feeling one gets when watching "KL Gangster" or "Bohsia".
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