Three siblings live in happy-looking families, but one of them had changed and got warned by his parents. This prompted the rebellion of the three siblings which led to the discovery of the secrets and great trauma in their families.
Being born fat and has dark skins, it feels like a curse for Rara, especially when she worked at the office that has surrounded by pretty girls. Her boss wants her to lose her weight, but there is a man who loves the way she were.
A young couple violated the boundary without knowing the consequences. They try to take responsibility for their choices and their innocence was tested when families who really loved them knew, then forced into their chosen journey.
After the bankruptcy, Abah loses his house and all of his treasures. He also loses his case in the court, hence his family is threatened to live in poverty forever. Abah then had to get used to his new life along with his little family.
Ringgo Agus Rahman,
This movie follows the story of the Indonesian heroine named Kartini. In the early 1900s, when Indonesia was still a colony of the Netherlands, women weren't allowed to get higher education. Kartini grew up to fight for equality for women.
Every family has a secret. Angkasa (Rio Dewanto), Aurora (Sheila Dra) and Awan (Rachel Amanda) are siblings who live in happy-looking families. After experiencing her first major failure, Awan meets Kale (Ardhito Pramono), an eccentric guy who gives Awan a new life experience, about broken, up, falling, growing, lost and all the fear of humans in general. Changes in Awan's attitude under pressure from his parents. This prompted the rebellion of the three siblings which led to the discovery of the secrets and great trauma in their families.
Based on the novel of the same name by Marchella FP. See more »
The theatrical release version of this movie is 121 minutes in length, while the Director's Cut version is 128 minutes in length. See more »
Untuk Hati yang Terluka.
Performed by Isyana Sarasvati
Music & Lyrics by Isyana Sarasvati
Produced & Arranged by Gerald Situmorang
Vocals Directed & Arranged by Isyana Sarasvati, Gerald Situmorang
Mixed by Stephan Santoso
Mastered by Stephan Santoso
Executive Producer/Records Company by Sony Music Entertainment Indonesia See more »
One of Indonesian best movie in opening of this year
One Day We'll Talk About Today open the years with great execution. It's so related to Indonesian people especially those who have five people in a family consist of parents and three children. In this movie, all characters have each problem and it's can tell well with three timelines. The visual very support the story but I think the arrangement of soundtrack is incorrect. Some soundtrack is pile up into one scene. It's can support the story but I can't enjoy it.
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