Ale and Anya first met on a flight from Jakarta to Sydney. Anya lured on the first three minutes, seven hours later they were sitting next to each other and know each other through ...
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This movie was the prequel of the movie Habibie and Ainun in 2012, it was based on the book Rudy: Kisah Masa Muda Sang Visioner by Gina S. Noer, or in English Rudy : The Young Life of the ... See full summary »
When they met for the first time, they immediately fell in love. Within months, they married. After two years, after being tired of all the endless conflicts and arguments, finally, the ... See full summary »
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,
Mamet obeyed Milly's request to stop working at a banker bank to raise their children, to work in his in-laws factory to meet Alexandra who again invited her to become a chef at the restaurant of her second dream while in college.
Ale and Anya first met on a flight from Jakarta to Sydney. Anya lured on the first three minutes, seven hours later they were sitting next to each other and know each other through conversation and laughter, and eight minutes before separating Ale sure he wants Anya.
Adinia Wirasti got a Best Actress nomination in Festival Film Indonesia 2017 for this part and a Best Supporting Actress nomination as well for her work in Cek Toko Sebelah (2016). She is the only actress who snagged both nominations that year. See more »
This is simply a love story between two people who are facing their worst nightmare, the test for their marriage.
I initially came to cinema only to see how Ale and Anya being portrayed by nation's best actor and actress. I was not really fond of the book, but gladly the movie turned out to be astonishing (seriously, the trailer alone was captivating!). I'm still amazed by its breathtaking cinematography and I love every scene in New York. It beautifully captures the honeymoon phase of Ale and Anya's journey.
I was overwhelmed by the sizzling chemistry between the main leads. I knew they would be great but I didn't expect them to be that amazing. They indeed have done a brilliant job there. Every little detail they showed through their body languages during their exchanges like the touch, the glances, the deep gaze, and the hugs convinced me they're truly a newlywed couple and very much in love. Not to mention they looked so good together. Every scene of them being together was pure gold, and it left good impression to my watching experience.
That aside, although the heartbreaking scenes were done right, there was something unsettling which affected my overall opinion about the movie. I felt there's something that took big part in driving the characters' actions but it was never shown. That important detail like how Ale being 'different' according to Anya's claim was just being told when the couple were arguing. Was that presented subtly? Did I miss that one out? All I could get as the root of the conflict are both were dealing with grief differently, Ale couldn't shut his mouth, and Anya kept her inner struggle within herself without trying to share it to her husband. However, not sure if I was just insensitive while I was watching it, but I honestly found it extremely difficult to relate to them. I watched this twice only to understand the characters better but the impression is still the same. Thanks to the casts' interview clips and the book, I got much more depth about the characters so I appreciate the movie more. To conclude, Critical Eleven could be a hit or a miss. Without trying to discredit the production team (who already did amazing job), I think the main casts, Reza and Adinia, made the movie more appealing in a whole new level rather than the story itself. That said, if you look for a romance drama movie flooded with beautiful view(s), heart-wrenching scenes, and best chemistry, this one is definitely for you.
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