Jogho / 1999

Sinopsis

Jogho mengisahkan kehidupan Mamat yang berasal dari Kelantan yang telah berpindah ke selatan Thailand untuk memulakan penghidupan baru dengan bekerja sebagai pelaga lembu atau lebih dikenali sebagai jogho.

Mamat is a native of Kelantan, Malaysia, but he had left Malaysia many years earlier to join his brother Lazim in South Thailand in order to continue making his living as a trainer of fighting bulls (a Jogho). The practice had been outlawed in Malaysia but continued in Thailand. Mamat lives with his wife and three daughters, three divorcees and one who has not yet married, but he has sent his only son to boarding school in Kelantan. Mamat and Lazim are the leaders in a small village that depends mostly on the money won from gambling in bullfights for its sustenance. The story begins when Lazim is killed by Isa at the bullfighting arena. By tradition, this leaves Mamat and the young men the responsibility of taking revenge and thus preserving the honor of the village. Mamat visits Kelantan and arranges for his friend Jaafar to find and kill the perpetrators. Returning home, Mamat is gored by his new bull and is bedridden for several days. At the same time Lazim's two sons and a friend have gone into the town and managed to kill Isa's son Hamdan and his assistant Dollah Munduk. After the killing, the young men hide and Mamat is arrested by the Thai police, leaving the women alone to manage not only the village affairs but also to care for the bull. From the jail, Mamat pleads with his wife to pay the bail so that he will be able to fight the new bull. He is at last freed on the morning of the bullfight. At the bullfighting arena, Isa comes to avenge the death of his son. Isa shoots Mamat but miraculously misses his first shot and the second shot only manages to wound Mamat in the shoulder. Mamat wrestles the gun from Isa and knocks him to the ground. Now Mamat has the chance to kill Isa and avenge the death of Lazim, but Mamat refuses as he has become tired of Malays killing Malays. He lowers the pistol. But Lazim's son Sani grabs the gun and shoots Isa instead. The police come and Mamat surrenders himself to them, taking the responsibility for the murder. Although Mamat is taken away by the Thai police, the cycle of violence within the Malay community continues.


Pengarah

U-Wei Saari


Penulis

U-Wei Saari ... Lakonlayar (adaptasi novel Juara tulisan S. Othman Kelantan)
S. Othman Kelantan ... Cerita asal


Pelakon

Khalid Salleh ... Mamat
Normah Damanhuri ... Minah
Adlin Aman Ramli ... Sani
Baharuddin Omar ... Lazim
Ijoy Azahari ... Salim
Sabri Yunus ... Jali
Normala Omar ... Mek Yah
Aznah Hamid ... Zainab
Liza Rafar ... 


Pekerja (crew)

Amir Muhammad ... Penulis Sarikata


Penerbit

U-Wei Saari ... Penerbit
NHK Japan ... Penerbit Bersama
Gambar Tanah Licin Sdn Bhd ...
Syarikat Penerbitan Filem

Judul filem:
Jogho

Jenis cerita: Drama
Bahasa utama: Melayu
Bahasa lain: Thai

Tayangan

Tayangan perdana di Tokyo: 13 Disember 1997
Tarikh mula tayangan umum:
28 Mac 1999
Tayangan semula di Kuala Lumpur: 30 September 1999

Urusniaga

Kos pembikinan filem: RM1.2 juta

Teknikal

Jenis filem: 35 mm
Corak filem: Warna

Bikin filem

Antara lokasi penggambaran: Thailand

Anugerah & festival filem

Pertandingan: Festival Filem Asia Pasifik ke-43, 1998 (Taipei)
ANUGERAH:
Pelakon Lelaki Terbaik - Khalid Salleh

Pertandingan:
Festival Filem Malaysia ke-14, 1999 (Ipoh)
ANUGERAH:
Filem Terbaik - U-Wei Saari
Pengarah Terbaik - U-Wei Saari
Pelakon Lelaki Terbaik - Khalid Salleh
Lakonlayar Terbaik - U-Wei Saari
Anugerah GAFIM - Poster terbaik

Pertandingan: Anugerah Skrin TV3 ke-4, 1999
ANUGERAH:
Filem Terbaik - U-Wei Saari
Pengarah Terbaik - U-Wei Saari
Pelakon Lelaki Terbaik - Khalid Salleh
Pelakon Wanita Terbaik - Normah Damanhuri

Pertandingan:
Festival Filem Antarabangsa Singapura ke-11, 1998.
Festival Filem Antarabangsa Jakarta, 1999.
ANUGERAH:
Tiada

Penyertaan:
Festival Filem Asian ke-2, 1997 di Tokyo (tayangan perdana).
Festival Filem Antarabangsa Pusan ke-3, 1998 (Korea Selatan).
Festival Filem Antarabangsa Pyongyang ke-6, 1998 (Korea Utara).
TriviA

Filem ini cuma ditayangkan di 12 buah pawagam seluruh negara kecuali Perlis, Melaka, Terengganu, Sabah dan Sarawak.

RM1 juta daripada kos pembikinan filem ini dibiayai oleh NHK Japan.

Jogho adalah loghat negeri Kelantan yang bermaksud juara. Dalam filem ini jogho merujuk kepada pelaga lembu.

Dialog

"Yo la tu. Anok bini make nasik denge budu. Hok molek semuo ke lembu" - Minah

VCD & Soundtrack


Video CD

Pengedar: -
No. Siri: -




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