Cinta the Movie

Oh help me God, may this be not another Yusup Selam stereotype cheap skate movies…so help me God.

Truth is I don’t see Malay movies (at cinema, for obvious reason!) but I do watch’em when they’re shown on TV (that is only when there is nothing good on and I don’t have full control over switching to other channels). Though we are way way far behind Indonesia and Thailand, but of late, I notice the quality of our local filming industry has improved a lot with more and more creative young directors and casting crew coming in the industry replacing those old stupid blood-sucking cocks.

Ok lah I sound stupid when I write in English, I’l write in Malay then…

Daripada sumber sumber di web, dapat saya simpulkan disini secara ringkas Cerita Cinta the movie berkisarkan tentang, off course, kisah percintaan antara lima pasangan dengan jalan cerita yang unik dan menarik bagi setiap pasangan. Setiap pasangan mempuyai jalan cerita dan konflik tersendiri.

The rundown…(quote)


“Age does not diminish one’s capacity for love or need for companionship. The marching of time has not been kind to Elyas (Dato’ Rahim Razali), a retired schoolteacher. But despite illness and age, Rubiah (Fatimah Abu Bakar), a compassionate and kind woman sees Elyas’ dignity and spirit shining through. Can you recognise the face of it, even if you have no memory of it? Does love have to end in your advancing years?”


“Love really does happen when you least expect it. An unexpected meeting leads to an unexpected depth of feeling for Azlan (Eizlan Yusuff), a wealthy, eligible bachelor who runs a publishing empire. He meets Azura (Fasha Sandha), a strong and independant if opinionated book store assistant and romantically pursues Azura. But when she falls for him, is this girl from a simple background finally good enough for him? “


“Dyan (Nanu Baharudin) is a rich, successful architect but unlucky in love. Trapped in a love triangle, Dyan is protective of her younger brother Dhani (Que Haidar), a struggling artist who seems to lack ambition. Frustrated that her brother is wasting his talents, Dyan urges him to change his life. What sacrifices are you willing to make for the one you love? “


“Ignorance is bliss. Harris (Rashidi Ishak) who has built a thriving architect’s firm with Dyan, seems to have it all — a beautiful wife Airin (Rita Rudaini), a beautiful daughter, a beautiful life. Until he wakes up one day to find out that his perfect life is but an illusion. Does he fight for her to stay, or does true love mean letting go of the one you love the most?”


“Arianna (Sharifah Amani) is a young girl who is literally looking for love in the wrong places in the city with the help of a kind stranger, Taufiq (Pierre Andre), a young journalist with a struggling tabloid. By depending on the kindness of strangers, does Arianna find the love that she desperately seeks or does she finally sees the one that truly loves her? “


~ by pickholes on November 19, 2006.

5 Responses to “Cinta the Movie”

  1. any idea when this will be shown in singapore???

  2. Thought it was a nice, mellow movie. Good names, nice faces and the movie made KL looked somewhat pretty. Some comedy, not too much of passing on wisdom and emotional enough to make some dry their eyes. I enjoyed it.

  3. That’s it? Malas!

  4. never a truer word said


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