What's Up with Love? (2002)

  |  Drama, Romance


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A popular girl has to choose whether she wants to stay as a part of her clique or fall for the brooding literature-loving boy in her school.


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  • Dian Sastrowardoyo, Nicholas Saputra, and Gito Rollies in What's Up with Love? (2002)
  • Dian Sastrowardoyo, Ladya Cheryl, Titi Kamal, Sissy Priscillia, and Adinia Wirasti in What's Up with Love? (2002)
  • Dian Sastrowardoyo, Ladya Cheryl, Titi Kamal, Sissy Priscillia, and Adinia Wirasti in What's Up with Love? (2002)
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5 October 2002 | savetheempire
Sheer brilliance
I just watched this film last week as part of the Indonesian Film

Festival in Melbourne - I'm studying Bahasa Indonesia at school

and am doing a project on kebudayaan remaja - youth culture.

Kids, this is a great movie. It's better than any teen flick churned

out by Hollywood in recent memory (it is, I would say, in the 10

Things I Hate About You league). It's not great for a 'foreign' movie

or whatever - it's great in it's own right.

It combines the age-old appeal of teenage romance with enviable

friendship, humour and the poignant sadness of Alya's situation.

Cinta is the kind of character girls aspire to - pretty, smart, gutsy as

all hell - and Rangga is, well, let's face it, he's hot as all get out.

There's some serious messages in this film, about friendship,

about honesty, about violence and trust, but luckily it steers from

being preachy. Maybe it's because the Indo film industry is less

jaded than that of Hollywood, but this movie gets right what so

many Hollywood teen flicks have gotten wrong.

Watch this movie. Fall in love with it. Trust me.

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Details

Release Date:

8 February 2002

Language

Indonesian


Country of Origin

Indonesia

Filming Locations

Jakarta, Indonesia

Box Office

Budget:

IDR4,000,000,000 (estimated)

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