Master puppeteer, Awang Lah, becomes a uneasy teacher to Awi, a blind, orphaned boy, and Melor, a girl with a nasal problem. Though blind, Awi is adept at memorizing wayang kulit stories. Melor, too, shows great skill in creating the puppets and manipulating them on the screen as Awi recites the stories.
Now adult, Awi’s innovative ways of telling the time-worn tales of the Ramayana is well-received by his audience but Awang Lah is not pleased. To him, the traditional wayang kulit performance are sacrosanct and must not be tampered with. Awang Lah’s problems are further compounded by the antics of his cousin, Jusoh, who considers Awang Lah and his wayang kulit as heretical.
and...senang cakap, u guys go watch it for yourself. i watched this alone, so based from only my perspective, 'wayang' is not an ordinary love story. sad, but true. sincere, bitter, and full of emotions. credits to zul huzaimy for making my day. he really convinced me that he is a versatile actor. it's literature, which i really fancy, still it has so much moral values and deep messages towards viewers. for a person who has critical perspective, i would never regret watching 'wayang'. congratulations Prof. Hatta Azad Khan. i give u 4 outa 5 stars :D
anyways, anyone who wants to angau and who thinks that their love life is hard, u should watch this and u noe there are ppl who have more complicated and sad relationship. life is harsh, but it must go on.
:) salam ppl :D