PT Kharisma Starvision Plus or popular with the name Starvision Plus days ago presented the official trailer for their upcoming film called “Get Married 5 – 99% Muhrim” from the Get Married series. The film which originally released in 2007 is a Indonesian romantic comedy directed by Hanung Bramantyo and starring Nirina Zubir, Aming, Deddy Mahendra Desta, Ringgo Agus Rahman, Richard Kevin, Jaja Mihardja, and Meriam Bellina. As for the fifth film, this movie tells the story of Mae (played by Nirina Zubir) and Rendy (played by Nino Fernandez) who already have a well-established life and even so have a chance to move and have a career in United States. Despite having all the abundance in life, both career and children who are cute and clever, they are actually also have shortcomings namely faith. They are aware of their shortcomings after a tragic moment that happened to their parents, namely Mr and Mrs Mardi (played by Jaja Mihardja and Meriam Bellina). Aside talking about the human faith and what people should do in life, the movie also shares about several religious things, how to behave in society, how to deal with your parents, and how to overcome your biggest trials in life. For those of you who are willing to see the entire film of “Get Married 5 – 99% Muhrim”, this will come out on your favorite theaters across Indonesia on July 30th 2015. This film is produced by Chand Parwez Servia and directed by Fajar Bustomi.

The original Get Married film is produced by Starvision Plus in 2007 and is Indonesian romantic comedy directed by Hanung Bramantyo. Starring Nirina Zubir, Aming, Deddy Mahendra Desta, Ringgo Agus Rahman, Richard Kevin, Jaja Mihardja, and Meriam Bellina, it tells of a young tomboy who is forced to find a husband. The tomboy Mae (played by Nirina Zubir) and her three male friends Eman, Beni, and Guntoro live in village in Jakarta. Each is miserable due to not achieving his or her goals. Meanwhile, Mae’s parents (played by Jaja Mihardja and Meriam Bellina) realise that their daughter has never acted feminine nor begun working, which they fear will make her undesirable to prospective husbands. They also fear that her friendship with Eman, Beni, and Guntoro will give pause to any interested men. The original film of Get Married was directed by Hanung Bramantyo and it was his seventh feature film. The screenplay was written by Musfar Yasin, who had previously written Kiamat Sudah Dekat and Nagabonar Jadi 2. Bramantyo later reported that he had directed the film based on his experiences growing up in a small village in Yogyakarta. The film was produced by Chand Parwez and featured songs from the biggest Indonesian rock band known as Slank. As for the reception, within two months of its release, the film had been seen by 1.4 million people. At the 2007 Indonesian Film Festival, Bramantyo received the Citra Award for Best Director for Get Married.

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