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Gerimis Mengundang

Gerimis Mengundang (DVD) Malay Movie
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PAL: Widescreen 16:9
Malay: Dolby Digital 5.1 AC3
English, Malay
DVD Disc
Running Time Appx. 90 minutes

DVD Region Code : Region All


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Additional information Gerimis Mengundang (Malay Movie DVD)
  • Product Name : Gerimis Mengundang
  • Production Date : 2012
  • Listed Date : 14/07/2012
  • Disc Qty : 1 pcs
  • Weight : 150(g)
  • Country : Malaysia
Synopsis Gerimis Mengundang
Title: Gerimis Mengundang

Gerimis Mengundang, an adaptation by film director Ahmad Idham, of the popular theatre musical of the same title, is a dramatic love story taking place in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and Jakarta, Indonesia. Starring Malaysian actor, Kamal Adli, as Zamani, a chopper pilot at Sabah Air who falls in love with Indonesian lass, Mikha (starring Olivia Jensen), the daughter of an Indonesian ambassador, Pak Harjo - though at first mired in misunderstanding, when Pak Harjo met with a fatal accident en route to Tamparuli, Sabah, Zamani consoles Mikha's loneliness and hardships of losing her father, leading to a romance sparking between the two. Notwithstanding his feelings towards her, Mikha later introduces Zamani to Doni, her childhood friend and fiance. Gerimis Mengundang conveys many differing emotions - frustration, pain and suffering, love and bitterness and desperate longing. With their societal standings and her engagement with Doni, will Zamani's love for Mikha prevail? Showing simultaneously in four countries - Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Brunei - on May 31st . Gerimis Mengundang was shot 80% in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and 20% in Jakarta, Indonesia. Also starring in this film are, Felix Agus (AF3), Henny Yuliani, Denny Martin, Dhitra Marfie, Ag. Karim Kadir, Dg. Hasnah Ibrahim with special appearance by Ebi Kornelis, Cat Farish, Eizlan Yusof,Pierre Andre, Yovie, Wangi (Fabolous Cat), and Azwan Anuar.

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