Ungu Violet

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Ungu Violet
Ungu Violet.jpg
Directed by Rako Prijanto
Produced by Cindy Christina
Elly Yanti Noor
Written by Jujur Prananto
[1] Prima Rusdi
Starring Dian Sastrowardoyo
Rizky Hanggono
Rima Melati
Distributed by Sinemart Productions
Release date
23 June 2005[1]
Running time
112 minutes
Country Indonesia
Language Indonesian
Budget ~ Rp 4 billion

Ungu Violet (Ultra Violet) is a 2005 Indonesian film, directed by Rako Prijanto.


Lando (Rizky Hanggono) was a photographer whose fiancée had just left him. In his distress, he met a busway ticket counter girl called Kalin (Dian Sastrowardoyo). Lando's passion for life was revived, but it didn't last long. Without apparent reason, Lando left Kalin, who became very angry and heart-broken.

As time passed, Lando, still in distress, found that Kalin had become a supermodel, and saw her presence everywhere.

Lando yearned to see Kalin again and explain why he had left her. He finally got the opportunity and met Kalin, but this encounter again ended tragically as Kalin ran into an accident and turned blind. Later on, Kalin obtained a cornea donor that enabled her to see again, but she could not seem to find Lando, whom she was actually very much in love with.[1]


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