i watched cin(T)a last night, together with my boyfriend. me, happens to be a Moslem, watched this movie with a Catholic boyfriend :) as the result, i can easily relate myself to this movie.
and Cina, probably the only character from local movies i was instantly falling in love with, except for Rangga from Ada Apa Dengan Cinta, but i was just a naive young teenage girl back then in 2002, i mean, who doesn't want to have a super romantic, cold blooded poet as a boyfriend? right? or no... :D
ok, back to cin(T)a, i think could quote all the lines from those meaningful dialogues between Cina and Annisa to my father... hmmm... and perhaps he would understand us.
ok, did i mention that this almost 2 hours long movie only has two characters (ok, three but God does not have dialogue) and i did not feel bored, not even for a sec (well, you need to have sharp ears when it comes to Annisa because she speaks as if she was made of feather, but i love her anyway)
"Cina and Annisa love God
and God loves them both
But Cina and Annisa cannot love each other
because they call God by different names"
visit the official site cin(T)a
sneak peek the trailer on Youtube - Trailer cin(T)a
and go buy the original DVD and consume it, take the very core of it, that it is God that we must worship not religion, yeah! (ah, sok puguh saya mah, hehe)