Genres Collide To Intriguing Effect In Malaysian Action-Romance KIL

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Here's a scenario for you: You want to die but do not have the willpower to commit suicide. What do you do? If you are the lead in Nik Amir Mustapha's intriguing Malaysian genre smasher Kil you hire an assassin and put the kill order in on yourself. And then? Romance, of course!

Akil (KIL) is a depressed young man who has suicidal tendencies. But, he could never bring himself to commit suicide. His attempts to die always fail miserably until he finds the perfect solution: A quirky assassination agency that helps kill suicidal people. KIL agrees with the terms of the company. The assassination will be anonymous. He wouldn't know the details about who the assassin is, even when or where he will die. This was ideal for KIL, until he falls for a girl he meets, Zara. Suddenly, he starts to have second thoughts on taking his life.
The premise is intriguing and the production values absolutely excellent in the English subtitled trailer below. Take a look.

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