The Movie is intended to be a Good Parts Only retelling of some tale from Malay mythologyA rather common form of drama in Indonesia and Malaysia is to put on plays the revolve around commonly known stories and legends. Since the story teller can assume his audience knows the tale already. They can skip to the exciting/ dramtic parts at let them fill in the rest with their minds. This explains why the movie has not plot and is just disjointed images. The writer is assuming that this is something we should know already. Sadly to foreign audiences that do know the story behind the movie. It just comes across as disjointed random scenes.
IT'S A BROWN NOTE!Isn't it obvious?