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Charitable Korean Cinemas

Kam Raslan | Na'a Murad | Sim Wie Boon

10-Jan-20 21:00

Charitable Korean Cinemas

In this episode of A Bit of Culture, Kam Raslan welcomes regular guest Sim Wie Boon from BFM’s Morning Run as well as actor, director and writer, Na’a Murad. Kam delves into a Korean movie called Exit which prompted him with the question on why local movies are not made the same way? – genuine and distinguishably Malaysian. Then, Wie Boon poses a dilemma that he recently gathered through social media regarding the Australian bush fires: celebrities getting called out either way, in their exercise of nobility. Also, Na’a Murad discusses the differences between cinema and movie, terms that are being used interchangeably these days. Are Marvel superhero films classified as cinema or movie?

 

Produced by: Ali Johan


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