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27 Steps of May
Directed byRavi Bharwani
Written byRayya Makarim
Produced by
  • Ravi Bharwani
  • Rayya Makarim
  • Wilza Lubis
Starring
CinematographyIpung Rachmat Syaiful
Edited byWawan I. Wibowo
Lilik Subagyo
Music byThoersi Argeswara
Production
company
Green Glow Pictures
Release dates
  • 8 October 2018 (2018-10-08) (Busan)
  • 27 April 2019 (2019-04-27)
Running time
112 minutes
CountryIndonesia
LanguageIndonesian

27 Steps of May is a 2018 Indonesian drama film directed by Ravi Bharwani and written by Rayya Makarim. It stars Raihaanun, Lukman Sardi and Ario Bayu.

The film had its world premiere at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival during the program of A Window on Asian Cinema.

Premise

May, a sexual violence victim during the May 1998 riots, withdraws from life. Meanwhile, her father deals with guilt by being a boxer.[1]

Cast

  • Raihaanun as May
  • Lukman Sardi as May's father
  • Ario Bayu as magician
  • Verdi Solaiman as courier
  • Henky Solaiman as boxing manager
  • Otig Pakis as boxing trainer
  • Norman Akyuwen as boxing manager
  • Sapto Soetarjo as shaman
  • Richard Oh as Priest Tao
  • Joko Anwar as boxing manager

Release

27 Steps of May had its world premiere at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival on 8 October 2018.[2] The film had its Indonesian premiere at the 13th Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival, where it won the main prize Golden Hanoman Award.[3] The film was released to the theatres in Indonesia on 27 April 2019.[4] It garnered 57,416 spectators during its run and grossed Rp 2.2 billion ($146,830).

Netflix acquired its distribution rights, releasing it on 1 October 2021.[5]

Accolades

Award Date Category Recipient Result Ref.
Jogja-NETPAC Asian Film Festival 6 December 2018 Golden Hanoman Award 27 Steps of May Won [6]
Malaysia Golden Global Awards 20 July 2019 New Hope Award Ravi Bharwani Won [7]
Best Actor Lukman Sardi Won
Indonesian Film Festival 8 December 2019 Best Picture Wilza Lubis, Rayya Makarim and Ravi Bharwani Nominated [8]
Best Director Ravi Bharwani Nominated
Best Actor Lukman Sardi Nominated
Best Actress Raihaanun Won
Best Supporting Actor Verdi Solaiman Nominated
Best Original Screenplay Rayya Makarim Nominated
Best Original Score Thoersi Argeswara Nominated
Best Art Direction Vida Sylvia Nominated
Best Editing Wawan I. Wibowo and Lilik Subagyo Nominated

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Malaysia International Film Festival

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Lukman Sardi

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Lukman Sardi is an Indonesian actor of Javanese-Bugis descent. He is the son of Indonesian violinist Idris Sardi and a grandson of Indonesian actress, Hadidjah.

Indonesian Film Festival

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2019 Indonesian Film Festival

2019 Indonesian Film Festival

The 39th Citra Awards, presented by Indonesian Film Board and Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology, honored the achievement in Indonesian cinema released from 1 October 2018 to 30 September 2019. The ceremony was held on 8 December 2019 at the Opus Ballroom, The Tribata, Jakarta, Indonesia, and presented by journalist Rory Asyari and announcer Melissa Karim.

Citra Award for Best Picture

Citra Award for Best Picture

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Citra Award for Best Director

Citra Award for Best Director

The Citra Award for Best Director is an award given at the annual Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to Indonesian film directors in recognition for their achievement in the previous year. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars", are the country's most prestigious film awards and are intended to recognize achievements in films as well as to draw public interest to the film industry.

Citra Award for Best Actor

Citra Award for Best Actor

The Citra Award for Best Actor is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to Indonesian actors for their achievements in leading roles. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars", are the country's most prestigious film awards and are intended to recognize achievements in films as well as to draw public interest to the film industry.

Citra Award for Best Actress

Citra Award for Best Actress

The Citra Award for Best Actress is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to Indonesian actresses for their achievements in leading roles. The Citra Awards, described by Screen International as "Indonesia's equivalent to the Oscars", are the country's most prestigious film awards and are intended to recognize achievements in films as well as to draw public interest to the film industry.

Raihaanun

Raihaanun

Siti Hafar Raihaanun Nabila HM or better known as Raihaanun is an Indonesian actress of mixed Bugis and Minangkabau descent.

Source: "27 Steps of May", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/27_Steps_of_May.

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References
  1. ^ Nastiti, Hani (29 September 2021). Imanda, Biru Cahya (ed.). "Sinopsis 27 Steps of May, Tentang Luka dan Trauma". Kompas. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  2. ^ "30 Films you cannot miss at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival (Part 1)". Asian Film Festivals. 3 October 2018. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  3. ^ Muryanto, Bambang (6 December 2018). "'27 Steps of May' grabs top prize at JAFF". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  4. ^ Yuniar, Nanien (23 March 2019). Sari, Heppy Ratna (ed.). ""27 Steps of May" tayang 27 April di Indonesia". Antara. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  5. ^ "Pemain 27 Steps of May, Mengenal 3 Sosok Nama Besar Tanah Air". Kumparan. 4 October 2021. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  6. ^ Wirastama, Purba (6 December 2018). "JAFF 2018 Berakhir, 27 Steps of May Menang Film Asia Terbaik". Medcom. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  7. ^ Sari, DN Mustika (29 July 2019). Ichsan, Adhie (ed.). "'27 Steps of May' Raih Penghargaan di Festival Film Malaysia". Kumparan. Retrieved 20 November 2022.
  8. ^ Dayana, Anggit Setiani (13 November 2019). "Daftar Lengkap Nominasi FFI 2019: Ada 27 Steps of May, Bumi Manusia". Tirto. Retrieved 20 November 2022.

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