Love (2008 Indonesian film)

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Love 2008 film poster.jpg
Directed by Kabir Bhatia
Produced by Manoj Samtani
Written by Titien Wattimena
Starring Acha Septriasa
Darius Sinathriya
Fauzi Baadilla
Laudya Cynthia Bella
Luna Maya
Sophan Sophiaan
Surya Saputra
Wulan Guritno
Ajeng Sardi
Aryo Wahab
Gading Marten
Marsha Aruan
Linda Ramadhanty
Nur Saptahadi
Al Fathir Muchtar
Marsha Timothy
Joko Anwar
Music by Erwin Gutawa
Cinematography Eddy Michael S.
Distributed by 13 Entertainment
Running time
120 minutes
Country Indonesia
Language Indonesian

Love is a 2008 Indonesian romance film directed by Kabir Bhatia as a remake of the 2006 film Cinta.[1][2][3][4] The film marked the last appearance of actor Sophan Sophiaan before his death in 2008.[5] Sophiaan appeared opposite his real-life wife, Widyawati.


With Jakarta as the background, the film shares the stories of 5 different couples of various ages, social, and economic groups.


The project began filming in 2007, and was at first accused of being a copy of the 2003 British romantic comedy film Love Actually. Writer Titien Wattimena denied that it was a copy, and Christo Damar of 'The Nature Producers' stated that while Love began with the same basic precept, it was actually based upon the 2006 film Cinta, with perhaps a 10% similarity to its predecessor, and 90% being a different story as now set in Jakarta.[2] The composer Erwin Gutawa contributed to the film.



Year Category Name
2008 Movie Of The Year Guardians e-Awards Love
2008 Best Leading Actor Surya Saputra
2008 Best Leading Actress Acha Septriasa
2008 Best Supporting Actor Sophan Sophiaan
2008 Best Cinematography Eddy Michael Santoso
2008 Best Editing Kabir Bhatia
Johan Bahar


Ost. Love
Studio album by Complication
Released 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop
Label Sony BMG Music Entertainment Indonesia

Ost. Love is an album complication was released on 2008 for accompany film was same title, Love. The soundtrack album have 9 songs. The hits song single Sempurna sing by Andra and The BackBone was recycling song by Gita Gutawa.

List Song[edit]

  1. Sempurna (second version) - Gita Gutawa
  2. Anugerah Terindah Yang Pernah Ku Miliki - Sheila On 7
  3. Oo..Oo..Oo.. - Gigi
  4. Kasih Tak Sampai - Padi
  5. Scoring Love 2 - Erwin Gutawa
  6. Dua Hati Menjadi Satu - Gita Gutawa feat Dafi
  7. Ku Ingin Engkau - Vagetoz
  8. Sempurna (first version) - Gita Gutawa
  9. Scoring Love 1 - Gita Gutawa


Iskandar Liem of the Jakarta Post wote that the film might have seemed to simply be a remake of the earlier Cinta, using notable stars as a means of attracting money at the box office, but offered that "despite its flaws, [the film] proves to be an emotional reflection on affairs of the heart. Speaking toward the work of Sophan Sophiaan in the film, Liem wrote it was "refreshing to see senior thespian Sophan venturing outside his usual stern patriarchal roles with his touching portrayal of vulnerability." He acknowledged the work of Widyawati, Sophiaan's real-life wife, in her role as Lestari, writing "her character's generosity of spirit genuinely glows from her". He shared that of the cast, the work of Acha Septriasa was a "standout performance", writing "her performance is so fluid and organic, it's hard to believe this is the same grating actress who shamelessly turned on the waterworks in Love is Cinta". Liem concluded his review by summarizing "In spite of its flaws, Love still gave this jaded viewer a warm fuzzy feeling all over as the credits rolled".[1]


  1. ^ a b Liem, Iskandar (February 24, 2008). "A love–hate relationship with Kabir Bhatia's latest offering". Jakarta Post ( Retrieved June 25, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "Film 'Love' tidak Contek Film Luar Negeri". Inilah (in Indonesian) ( February 7, 2008. Retrieved June 25, 2010. [dead link]
  3. ^ "Laudya Chintya Bella Sayangi Anak Autis". Kapalagi (in Indonesian) ( January 28, 2008. Retrieved June 25, 2010. 
  4. ^ Laura, Lady Asther (January 9, 2008). "Putus dari Irwansyah, Acha Septriasa Gaet Fauzi Baadilla". Kabar Indonesia (in Indonesian) ( Retrieved June 25, 2010. 
  5. ^ Liem, Iskandar (February 24, 2008). "A love–hate relationship with Kabir Bhatia's latest offering". Jakarta Post. Retrieved June 3, 2008. 

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