Halim Munan

Halim Munan

Halim bin Munan (Fizo Omar) is always bullied by his friends because of his straight arrow personality and his strange name, which means invisible in Malay. To make things worse, Halim thinks that he is invisible. His life takes a turn for the worse when he is wrongly accused of indecent peeping at Suriyati (Fiza). To clear his name, Halim goes to meet a shaman named Wak Mali. However, when he tries to speak with Wak Mali, the latter is confused for Halim really is invisible. The reason for his sudden predicament is a special cloth which Halim stole from a nearby grave. The cloth renders him invisible 24-7, which also causes the villagers to suspect Halim after several strange and unexplainable incidents take place. What will happen to Halim now?

A story about Halim Munan. Ever since he was younger, people keep teasing him and calling him as Halimunan. Until one day, Halim is being accuse of snooping Suryati. All the villages beats ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Anna W (de) wrote: Many people missed the subtlety of the movie's exposition. Modern teens take on an immense daily pressure of being the best well rounded student, while also developing emotionally. Adults blow this off, dramatically praying that it will pass quickly. This disregard forces teens to grow quickly, so they can finally be heard, but often it just creates adults stuck in an emotionally drought daze. Someday brings us to this point. If you are open to it, look past the "glossy surface" and the (quite real) stereotypes, but instead relive the strange heaviness of being a teen, without scoffing like the adult you are now.

Sergio O (mx) wrote: Could have been worse.

Tania H (de) wrote: I love a good documentary, and this one didn't disappoint.

Pascal M (it) wrote: D'accord avec une critique d'un flixter, on tape un peu trop sur nos amis americains et les big bucks pour adopter...une facette de l'adoption et des problemes rencontres au Cambodge...vrai/faux orphelins, payer ou pas...pour quoi ou arreter sa morale et ecouter son coeur...Tres (trop) concentre sur ce sujet...mais une bonne description du Cambodge d'aujourd'hui dans les scenes de la vie quotidienne...

Jonathan D (mx) wrote: it's got the lot. History, politics, farce, pathos, unconditional love.

Graham M (br) wrote: A unique, trippy, very dark animated film noir about cats, with decent animation and voice acting given its obscurity.

Raj C (jp) wrote: So very enjoyable until gets a bit lost toward the ending. Cheers you up which is the point and unusual enough to mention!

Craig G (fr) wrote: A well made, incredibly cynical satire of political campaigns. A tour de force on Robbins part, with some great supporting actors.

Corey B (nl) wrote: Cher is a better actress than a singer in my opinion, it's too bad she doesn't act all that much anymore. Brave of her to do the movie without being a glamy like she usually does/did. Outside of that I can't say it was that great of a movie. Worth seeing if you like Meryl Streep movies.

Francisco F (de) wrote: L'agonie des formes traditionnelles du genre (deja !) filmee par un cineaste hors normes.

Elinor J (kr) wrote: Very emotional, cried multiple times.

Nicholas O (mx) wrote: omg, where can i find this movie?

Jason K (br) wrote: It still has its moments and in the list of both Besson and Statham movies: its one of the better ones.