With meddlesome friends, insane in-laws, a suspicious step-brother and unresolved ex-girlfriend issues, it’s no wonder Adam is having second thoughts about his marriage to Brenda. Taking place mere moments before the akad nikah (solemnization ceremony), Cuak is a story of a young man’s wedding jitters, uniquely told through the eyes of 5 different directors.
CUAK primary website and where to buy tickets! : http://www.cuakmovie.com/
Here are a bunch of links to reviews :
- “No ‘Cuak’ about it, a Malaysian movie worth watching.” By Mae Chan at FZ.com
- “Overall, “Cuak” is a good local movie worth checking out. After all, how often you get to watch a drama that dares to question thought-provoking local relatable issues which you don’t normally find in mainstream cinema?” by Casey Chong at cinemaonline.com
- “Cuak is a one-of-a-kind movie, indeed. It’s basically five young local directors – Manesh Nesaratnam, Tony Pietra Arjuna, Khairil M Bahar, Shamaine Othman and Lim Benji – on board to take viewers through five different film genres in one movie sitting.” – Victoria Brown, The Star