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Tersanjung: The Movie รักนี้ไม่มีสิ้นสุด (2021) [บรรยายไทย]

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    ชื่อภาพยนตร์: Tersanjung: The Movie รักนี้ไม่มีสิ้นสุด (2021)
    ผู้กำกับภาพยนตร์: Pandu Adjisurya, Hanung Bramantyo
    ผู้เขียนบทภาพยนตร์: Hanung Bramantyo, Pandu Adjisurya
    นักแสดง: Clara Bernadeth, Giorgino Abraham, Kevin Ardillova
    แนว/ประเภท: ดราม่า , โรแมนติก
    ความยาว: 1 ชม. 54 นาที
    วันที่ฉาย: 1 เมษายน 2564




    ยูราที่เติบโตมาในครอบครัวที่ปัญหารุมเร้าเข้าไปพัวพันในความสัมพันธ์สามเส้ากับเพื่อนรัก 2 คน ขณะเดียวกันก็ต้องเผชิญปัญหาส่วนตัวและการเงิน

     

IMDB : tt11668994

คะแนน : 7.1

รับชม : 295 ครั้ง

เล่น : 78 ครั้ง






  • The Gist: Yura (Clara Bernadeth) speaks in a diary-type voiceover about how her love story begins with an arranged marriage, and prompts us to wonder why such ridiculous things still happened in 1998. She doesn’t give us an answer, but one assumes it’s because ancient terrible sexist regressionist traditions die hard. Anyway, Yura’s mother died many years ago, and her father Gerry (Indonesian music artist Nugie) is a washed-up musician who remarried Indah (Kinaryosih), and subsequently sired Yura’s half-sister Nisa (Allya Syakila). Indah arranged for Yura to marry Bobby Sadewo (Marthino Lio), whose family lives in a gated mansion, and Yura seems open to at least getting to know the guy — until he sexually assaults her. She fights her way free and is whisked to safety by her two best friends, Ian (Giorgino Abraham) and Oka (Kevin Ardilova).




     

    Turns out that Indah, watching as Gerry’s fame faded and career floundered, had been paying the bills by borrowing large amounts of money from the Sadewo family, who’s now bent on collecting and sending thugs to bang on the doors. They’re forced from their home. Justifiably upset after the attempted rape, Yura never moved back with her family, rightfully blaming her stepmother for her miseries. She lives in a boarding house owned by Oka’s parents, taking university courses with him and Ian. Obligated to help support her parents and sister, she quits college and tries to get a job, which is a tough row to hoe, as Indonesia is in the midst of political turmoil and economic hardship. So she, Oka and Ian open an outdoor noodle shop, where like-minded young people like them can hang out, taste Oka’s delicious recipes and hear Yura sing and strum her guitar on a nearby stage. The venture is a hit.




     

    But career-like success is not all, not ever. Gerry has a stroke, leaving him partially paralyzed. Yura frets over paying hospital bills — then finds out they’ve all been paid, along with two years’ worth of Gerry and Indah’s rent. What gives? Well, the culprit is Ian, who’s long nursed a crush on Yura, and finally confesses his feelings. As these things go, they’re a happy couple, until they’re not, the latter occurring after Ian’s megarich family makes him go to Los Angeles to help his brother keep a struggling business afloat. It’s only temporary, but then one day Yura barfs, and it’s in the A.M., so you know what that means.