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,
This movie is an adaptation from a popular novel entitled Edensor and third movie in Laskar Pelangi series as a sequel to Sang Pemimpi. It portrays two village boys found themselves living in Paris and have to adjust to a new culture.
Adapted from a classic novel with the same title, the movie tells a love story between Zainuddin, Hayati, and Aziz. With the difference in social background lead Zainuddin and Hayati's true love to a tragedy on sailing Van Der Wijck ship.
A mature single man is challenged by his friends to bring a girlfriend to his wedding. He doesn't want to be embarrassed and forced to use the dating site which then brings him to a girl that can accompany him to the wedding.
Milea (Vanesha Prescilla) met with Dilan (Iqbaal Ramadhan) at a high school in Bandung in 1990. An unusual introduction brings Milea to know the uniqueness of Dilan who is smart, kind, and romantic in her eyes.
This movie follows the story of the 3rd President of Indonesia, B.J. Habibie, young life when he was studying in the university in Germany, his struggle life as a student, and his love life before he eventually dates Ainun.
The dreamer is a film adapted from the novel Sang Pemimpi, by Andrea Hirata, the second novel of the Laskar Pelangi tetralogy. The author tells about the life of his high school in Belitung through this film, after previously telling his childhood through the film Laskar Pelangi which successfully attracted the attention of many people and won many awards. First released on December 17, 2009, the Dreamer was able to make the audience immersed in the sweetness of love, hope, dreams, and the bitterness of life.
The Dreamer describes the combination of dreams and the pain of struggling to achieve those dreams. A chant of a story that is very laden with meaning, able to bring the audience to explore other angles to see life entangled in poverty and dreams depressed by economic conditions amidst true friendship between Ikal, Arai, and Jimbron. That three figures are the center of attention, because the film tells about their story. Ikal, a quiet and hard-working figure, a picture of a true friend for his two friends. Arai, a distant brother of Ikal, Arai was appointed as part of the Ikal family because Arai was a simpai keramat , a term for Belitong Malays whose father and mother had died. Jimbron, a friend of Arai and Ikal, an adopted child of Rev. Geovani, is very obsessed with horses.
Submission of back and forth storylines make the audience wondering and increasing the enthusiasm of the audience while watching round after round in this film. Cinematography that is very eye-catching with effects in the 90s, left a deep impression of a difficult life at that time. The story is enlivened with backsound which is very supportive, such as Tetap Berdiri, Cinta Gila, Apatis and several other songs available in this film. But the most memorable of the backsound is the violin instrument that played when every sad scene, increasingly burning a sense of sadness that could not be described. Furthermore, with a typical Malay accent that is used by the figures while speaking but still understandable, making the film The Pemimpi is a great and amazing film.
The Dreamer is highly recommended to be watched by students or people who are struggling to reach their dreams. By watching this film, the spirit will surely be burned again, as great as Arai and Ikal struggling through all the challenges to make their dreams become a reality. That every dream will be able to bring us everywhere and be able to tie unbroken friendships with everyone.
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