There’s a lot to be said about One Two Jaga, but one of the things that has been painstakingly crafted by its creator is the soundtrack.
Malaysian film, One, Two, Jaga, internationally known as Crossroads, has been chosen to screen at the 17th New York Asian Film Festival’s (NYAFF) Main Competition.
After the success of J Revolusi, director Zulkarnain Azhar ventures into uncharted territory of Malaysian cinema – hacktivism and cyber-crimes.
After two critically acclaimed films, Fiksi and What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About Love (which was nominated for Sundance), Mouly Surya adds an Indonesian twist to the story of empowerment while redefining a genre most notable for macho men.
(This review is SPOILER-FREE)