Directed and written by Al Jafree Md Yusop, this satirical comedy is an adaptation of a classic by Oscar Wilde.
Over the last weekend, I had the opportunity to attend the screening of the works of students from the Faculty of Cinematic Arts of Multimedia University Malaysia (FCA MMU). Presented grandly in the halls of GSC Pavillion, the film screening showcased 18 notable works from graduated students of the past few semesters (or cycles, as they call it).
As a crime drama that deals with police corruption and illegal immigrants, Crossroads: One Two Jaga constantly blurs the line between right and wrong, and between the good and the bad. A film that conveys such grey areas are unheard of and unseen in the Malaysian mainstream cinemas and its effort deserves to be lauded, despite its few drawbacks.