- Screening Schedule
- Nov 23 (Sat.) 12:45 at NTT CRED Hall 1
Glorious Days tells a story about five girls and a guy who become best friends during high school. They are named “Gang Bebas” （Bebas = Freedom）. A tragic accident forces them to go on their separate ways. Twenty-three years later, one of them is terminally ill and asks her dying wish to be fulfilled; which is to meet ‘Gang Bebas’ for one last time. The storyline parallels the main characters as young, rebellious students in 1995/1996 Jakarta and as adults facing life challenges today （2019）.
Director: RIRI RIZA
Script: MIRA LESMANA, GINA S. NOER
Producer: MIRA LESMANA
Cast: MARSHA TIMOTHY, MAIZURA, SUSAN BACHTIAR, SHERYL SHEINAFIA, INDY BARENDS, AGATHA PRICILLA, BAIM WONG, BASKARA MAHENDRA, WIDI MULIA, ZULFA MAHARANI, LUTESHA, SYIFA HADJU, KEVIN ARDILOVA, AMANDA RAWLES, GIORGINO ABRAHAM, BRANDON SALIM, BISMA KARISMA
Year of production: 2019
Running time: 119’
She started her career in entertainment as one of the personnel of a vocal group of four, BLINK. She then got into acting when she got a role in some TV series, such as Putih Abu-Abu and Diam-Diam Suka. Pricil brought Jessica, her role in Glorious Days, very lively. She succeeded in bringing the character in an adorable way, it made her the new Indonesian sweetheart.
Lutesha made her acting debut in My Generation （Upi Avianto, 2017） at the age of 23 and she was nominated by Piala Maya for Best Newcomer Actress. The following year, she starred in a drama feature film Ambu （Farid Dermawan, 2019）, and a series called Halustik. Her performance in Halustik received Asian Academy Creative Awards nomination for Best Actress in A Supporting Role. Glorious Days （Riri Riza, 2019） is her newest feature film where she elegantly brings out her best performance yet.
Born in Indonesia in 1970, he studied screenwriting and earned a Master of Arts degree at Royal Holloway, University of London. His first feature film, “Sherina's Adventure” （Miles Fims, 2000） proved to be a great success. His second film, “Eliana, Eliana” （Miles Films, 2002） was invited to many international film festivals and he was acknowledged as a film director representing Indonesia. His film, “The Rainbow Troops” （Miles Films, 2008） is one of the top five biggest hit in Indonesian film history. He continues to produce films that are accepted by public while incorporating social issues.