This film dwells with Alit's last day in San Francisco. After five years of study, he is finally returning home to Indonesia, to the arm of his beloved mother. At the same time, Alit ... See full summary »
This film dwells with Alit's last day in San Francisco. After five years of study, he is finally returning home to Indonesia, to the arm of his beloved mother. At the same time, Alit realizes that this is his last chance to woo Tasya, his housemate, Bima, ex-girlfriend. However, destiny has something else in mind. On this day, starting from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 a.m. the next morning, they (Alit, Tasya, and Bima) will find out the true meaning of friendship and the choices that they will have to make along the way. Written by
Great story, awesome music, wonderful cinematography, fabulous Lambretta
First, i want to thank to Rinaldy Puspoyo and Adilla Dimitri for making such a great story and script. Not only for that, thanks for making Indonesian people hate this movie so much.. what i'm really trying to say is, this movie really vocalize what i feel about how am i as Indonesian lives in San Francisco. Like, what comes to my mind everyday, what if my parent die while i'm in here, when will i eat Indonesian food again. and many things. Good job for Puspoyo to work with Adilla, Dinna Olivia, and Winky Wiryawan. They really can act, especially Adilla and Dinna. no doubt for them. also, good collaboration Puspoyo and Mun Chee, the color was so great but there's some blackout when three of them drunk at the bar and i think for all interior night scene, it's pretty dark. but, other than that 6.30 just makes me deranged. the angle of the camera, the lighting, also the Lambretta. One more thing, I love the scene when Tasya put down a painting of Alit's mom and cover it with a white blanket or robe, it just works so well. Symbolize "kain kafan" or for Indonesian people when someone died, they cover the body with it. and one more thing, Alit's mom died on plane crash in the sea, and Alit was throw a white flower also to the sea. what in the world Puspoyo and Dimitri think. it work so well guys. one more thing, when Alit using a public phone, i believe there's a sound of ambulance. oh my god, it just makes me crazy. oh, one more thing, something doesn't work so well when Alit's uncle, uncle nono. the way he tell how Alit's mom died, i just don't feel it. something needs to be work on that. but as a filmmakers, i think this movie is one of the best Indonesian movies. And you know what Mr. Rinaldy Puspoyo, you really break my heart. =) hey, one more thing, for those of you either have seen this movie or not, (i just seen this movie in SF, for screening, and it comes with subtitle) please pay attention to what they're saying. because, yes, the sound was pretty rough. other than that this movie is fabulous.
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