You can now watch three of Yasmin Ahmad's films whenever you like


'Mukhsin' tells of a blossoming romance between schoolgirl Orked (Sharifah Aryana) and Mukhsin (Mohd Syafie Naswip). Photo: Handout

Netflix is adding three of Yasmin Ahmad’s films to its vault on Dec 18, which means these critically-acclaimed Malaysian movies will be available to a global audience.

The films are Rabun (2003), Mukhsin (2007) and Talentime (2009).

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