For once, an episode hitting more sombre notes. Fikri and Muz sit down to discuss the recent passing of three personalities in world cinema: Irrfan Khan, Rishi Kapoor and Kamal Ishak. Part one sees the discussion of Irrfan Khan’s impact, particularly through the films the boys were first introduced to him. The second half focuses more on ‘Bobby’s Rishi Kapoor and the impact of that film, as well as Kamal Ishak, the Malaysian filmmaker most prominent in the 1990s with films such as ‘Cinta Kita’ and ‘Penyair Malam’.
- In this episode, we refer to sources from The Guardian, The Star, Time, New Straits Times and William van der Heide’s Malaysian Cinema, Asian Film, Ku Seman Ku Hussein and Rosyam Nor
- The ‘Penyair Malam’ excerpt was taken from Filem Kita’s YouTube channel
- Intermission: Saying Goodbye – Life of Pi
- Theme Song: Airplane Mode by Josh Woodward
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