After 4 days of screening, Dukun has managed to gather RM6.2 million in ticket sales. It seems like 12 years* of waiting paid off. But how does Dukun really hold up as a film?
WHAT do Kafe Skrin, The National Film Development Corporation Malaysia (FINAS), and The Malaysian Film Producers Association (PFM) have in common?
Kapsul created a lot of hype when it was announced that our former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad would be making a special appearance in the film. That news had us quite amused because wow, it seems like politicians are everywhere these days – even on the silver screen!
We’re no film experts.
Which is why we’re going to use film critic and historian Hassan Abd Muthalib (who has done a critical analysis of the film which we’ve just published) as well as every other person’s word for it to tell you that yes, you really do need to watch Nota before it disappears from cinemas.