Fahri, now living in Edinburgh and even a lecturer at thd University Pf Edinburgh, was forced to live his daily life alone. Together with Uncle Hulusi, his Turkish household assistant, he continued his life without Aisha.
Diana "Bunga Citra Lestari" move to her husband work place in malaysia. She is thingking why she not work too so they can have more money. After that, Diana work in a place that own by bossman that really funny of his act.
Bunga Citra Lestari,
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This is a love story. But not just a simple love story. It's about how to deal with the ups and downs of life's problems in the Islamic way. Fahri bin Abdillah is an Indonesian student trying to reach his master's degree in Al-Azhar. Fatigue with the dust of Egypt. Dwell with a variety of targets and simplicity of life. Persisting with being a translator of religious books. All Fahri's targets were enthusiastically excited except one: getting married. Fahri is an obedient man who is so straight. He does not know the courtship before marriage. He is less articulate when confronted with a creature named woman. There are very few women close to him all along. His grandmother, his mother and his sister. Moving to Egypt made that change. It was Maria Girgis. One flat neighbor who is a Coptic Christian but admire the Qur'an, and admire Fahri. Admiration turned into love. Unfortunately, Mary's love is only poured in the diary only. Then there is Nurul. The son of a famous kyai who also ...Written by
Farhan Azhari Anwar
Maybe it's just me but why can't Indonesia make better films?
Pramoedya Ananta Toer was one of the greatest writers ever to grace this earth what has happened to Indonesian cinema. Saw this on a Singapore to London flight and it did make me cry much to the amusement of my Indonesian relatives who spent the whole film laughing and taking the **** out of it.
Why can't Indonesia produce the quality films coming out of Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong instead of rubbish like Arisan !. Opera Jawa was a good effort but what's needed is the bravery to deal with emotions openly instead of hiding them behind tradition, culture, religion, or the life style of the rich.
Islam is not the reason, many other Muslim countries have produced great cinema.
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