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Glorious Days (film)

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Glorious Days
IndonesianBebas
Directed byRiri Riza
Written by
  • Gina S. Noer
  • Mira Lesmana
Based onSunny
by Kang Hyeong-cheol
Produced byMira Lesmana
Starring
CinematographyGunnar Nimpuno
Edited byW. Ichwandiardono
Music byLie Indra Perkasa
Production
companies
Distributed by
Release date
  • October 3, 2019 (2019-10-03)
Running time
120 minutes
CountryIndonesia
LanguageIndonesian

Glorious Days (Indonesian: Bebas; lit. Free) is a 2019 Indonesian buddy comedy drama film directed by Riri Riza. The film is an Indonesian-language remake of the 2011 South Korean film Sunny.[1]

The film tells the story about Vina, a middle-aged woman who tries to fulfill her friend, Kris' wish of reuniting their high school clique. It alternates between two timelines: the present day and the 1990s when they were in high school.

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Indonesian language

Indonesian language

Indonesian is the official and national language of Indonesia. It is a standardized variety of Malay, an Austronesian language that has been used as a lingua franca in the multilingual Indonesian archipelago for centuries. Indonesia is the fourth most populous nation in the world, with over 270 million inhabitants—of which the majority speak Indonesian, which makes it one of the most widely spoken languages in the world.

Buddy film

Buddy film

The buddy film is a subgenre of adventure and comedy film in which two people are put together and are on an adventure, a quest, or a road trip. The two often contrast in personality, which creates a dynamic onscreen different from a pairing of two people of the opposite gender. The contrast is sometimes accentuated by an ethnic difference between the two. The buddy film is commonplace in American cinema; unlike some other film genres, it endured through the 20th century with different pairings and different themes.

Comedy drama

Comedy drama

Comedy drama is a genre of dramatic works that combines elements of comedy and drama. As such, it is also known by the portmanteau dramedy. The modern, scripted-television examples tend to have more humorous bits than simple comic relief seen in a typical hour-long legal or medical drama, but exhibit far fewer jokes-per-minute as in a typical half-hour sitcom.

Riri Riza

Riri Riza

Mohammad Rivai Riza, better known as Riri Riza, is an Indonesian film director, producer and writer. He is notable for his directorial work on Petualangan Sherina, Gie (2005), Laskar Pelangi, and Ada Apa Dengan Cinta? 2. He is also known for his creative partnership with Indonesian producer Mira Lesmana, with whom he manages the film production company, Miles Films.

Sunny (2011 film)

Sunny (2011 film)

Sunny is a 2011 South Korean comedy-drama film. The film is about a middle-aged woman who tries to fulfill her friend's dying wish of reuniting their group of high school friends. The film alternates between two timelines: the present day where the women are middle-aged, and the 1980s when they were in high school. It is the second film by writer-director Kang Hyeong-cheol, who previously directed Scandal Makers (2008).

Premise

Kris, who is diagnosed with terminal cancer with two months left to live, wishes to reunite her high school clique, Geng Bebas, with the help of Vina, a fellow member.[2]

Cast

Present
1990s
  • Maizura as Vina
  • Sheryl Sheinafia as Kris
  • Agatha Pricilla as Jessica
  • Zulfa Maharani as Gina
  • Baskara Mahendra as Jojo
  • Lutesha as Suci
  • Kevin Ardilova as Jaka
  • Brandon Salim as Dedi
  • Sarah Sechan as Ambu, Vina's mother
  • Irgy Fahrezy as Abah, Vina's father
  • Giorgino Abraham as Andra

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Indy Barends

Indy Barends

Indy Barends is an Indonesian radio personality, television host, presenter, humorist and actress. She rose to popularity after hosting the talk show Ceriwis on Trans TV. replacing Meuthia Kasim. She is one of the four jury members in Indonesian Idol 3, replacing Meuthia Kasim.

Baim Wong

Baim Wong

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Salvita Decorte

Salvita Decorte

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Oka Antara

Oka Antara

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Darius Sinathrya

Darius Sinathrya

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Reza Rahadian

Reza Rahadian

Reza Rahadian Matulessy is an Indonesian actor who rose to prominence following his role in Perempuan Berkalung Sorban or (Woman with a Turban). Born in Bogor, he took up acting while in senior high school and made his feature film debut in 2004. Since receiving his first Citra Award in 2009, he has acted in over a dozen films, ranging from comedies and romances to dramas and biopics.

Sheryl Sheinafia

Sheryl Sheinafia

Sheryl Sheinafia Tjokro or better known as Sheryl Sheinafia is a singer-songwriter, actress, and presenter of mixed Chinese and Madurese descent.

Release

Glorious Days was released theatrically in Indonesia on 3 October 2019.[3] The film garnered 161,104 moviegoers in its opening weekend, finishing second in the national box office. By the end of its run, the film garnered a total of 513,521 moviegoers and grossed Rp 20.5 billion ($1,436,010).[4] Catchplay+ acquired the distribution rights to the film, releasing it on 2 February 2020.[5] The film was also distributed through Netflix on 10 March 2022.[6]

Accolades

Award Date Category Recipient Result Ref.
Indonesian Film Festival 8 December 2019 Best Director Riri Riza Nominated [7]
Best Supporting Actor Baskara Mahendra Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Mira Lesmana and Gina S. Noer Nominated
Best Original Score Lie Indra Perkasa Nominated
Best Theme Song Dimas Wibisana, Bianca Nelwan and Mira Lesmana for "Aku Tanpamu" Nominated
Iwa K, R. Yudis Dwikorana and Toriawan Sudarsono for "Bebas" Nominated
Best Sound Satrio Budiono and Sutrisno Nominated
Best Costume Design Chitra Subiyakto and Gemailla Gea Geriantiana Nominated
Best Film Editing W. Ichwandiardono Nominated

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Indonesian Film Festival

Indonesian Film Festival

The Indonesian Film Festival is an annual awards ceremony organised by the Indonesian Film Board and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology to celebrate cinematic achievements in the Indonesian film industry. During the festival, the Piala Citra winners are announced and the best Indonesian films of the year are presented.

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 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.

Riri Riza

Riri Riza

Mohammad Rivai Riza, better known as Riri Riza, is an Indonesian film director, producer and writer. He is notable for his directorial work on Petualangan Sherina, Gie (2005), Laskar Pelangi, and Ada Apa Dengan Cinta? 2. He is also known for his creative partnership with Indonesian producer Mira Lesmana, with whom he manages the film production company, Miles Films.

Citra Award for Best Supporting Actor

Citra Award for Best Supporting Actor

The Citra Award for Best Supporting Actor is an award given at the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI) to Indonesian actresses for their achievements in a supporting role. 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.

Mira Lesmana

Mira Lesmana

Mira Lesmanawati or better known as Mira Lesmana is an Indonesian film director, producer and songwriter of mixed Dutch, Javanese and Madurese descent. She is the elder sister of Indonesian jazz musician, Indra Lesmana.

Iwa K

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Source: "Glorious Days (film)", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glorious_Days_(film).

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References
  1. ^ Khafid, Sirojul (3 October 2019). "Sinopsis Bebas, Adaptasi Film Korea Sunny yang Rilis 3 Oktober 2019" [The synopsis of Glorious Days, adaptation of the Korean film Sunny, to release on 3 October 2019]. Tirto. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
  2. ^ Wihayanti, Titik (3 September 2020). Imanda, Biru Cahya (ed.). "Sinopsis Film Bebas, Upaya Mempertemukan Kembali Sahabat Masa SMA" [The synopsis of Glorious Days, the effort of reuniting high school best friends]. Kompas. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
  3. ^ Purba, Tika Anggreni (9 July 2019). Junita, Nancy (ed.). "Film 'Bebas' Tayang 3 Oktober 2019" ['Glorious Days' to screen on 3 October 2019]. Bisnis Indonesia. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
  4. ^ Nural (8 October 2019). "Box Office Indonesia: Film Bebas Duduki Runner-up" [Indonesian Box Office: Glorious Days finishes second]. Kincir. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
  5. ^ "Telkomsel, Catchplay+ Team Up to Improve Watching Experience". Jakarta Globe. 23 November 2021. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
  6. ^ Putri, Mega (7 March 2022). "Film Bebas Segera Tayang, Ini Daftar Film Indonesia Terbaru di Netflix Bulan Maret" [Here's the list of Indonesian films to be released on Netflix this March, including Glorious Days]. Kontan. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
  7. ^ "Daftar Lengkap Pemenang Piala Citra FFI 2019" [The complete list of 2019 Citra Awards winners]. CNN Indonesia. 8 December 2019. Retrieved 25 March 2022.
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