JAKARTA – Film My Sassy Girl back in Indonesia. The film, dubbed as one of the best Korean films of all time, is back for fans in Indonesia.
Apart from that, there are also other Korean box offices, such as Escape From Mogadishu, and Pipeline which aired on KlikFilm. Then from within the country there is the film Grandmother Ti, played by Beby Tsabina, Widyawati, and Irgi Achmad Fahrezi. There is also the film When to Move Home, played by Cut Mini, Clara Bernadeth, Mahalini Raharja, Indro Warkop, and Abun Sungkar. In addition, the film Waiting for Mother, played by Rey Mshadow, Donny Damara, Adinda Thomas, Putri Ayudia, and Steffi Zamora.
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Meanwhile, other foreign films have films called Eiffel, Playing God, Eiffel, The Lost Daughter, Silent Night.
“We are happy to be able to provide the best for film fans in the country. Hopefully these films can be entertaining friends at the end of 2021,” said Director of KlikFilm, Frederica.
The following is a synopsis of the film that will be available in December 2021.
This comedy-drama genre film focuses on the story of siblings who live through petty scams, attracting people to believe them, and giving money for various reasons.
The film stars Hannah Kasulka, Luke Benward, and Michael McKean. The film, which officially airs on August 6, 2021, is produced by Aaron Benward, Cody Bess, Scott Brignac, and others.
Gustave Eiffel, whose masterpiece is famous in France, has long been described as a madman, a brilliant structural engineer, and an iron architect.
A film that paints a somewhat different and softer picture of Eiffel as a hopeless romantic whose eponymous monument becomes a landmark to love as a triumph of engineering.
Eiffel, starring Romain Duris, is a period drama showing that the tower’s A-shape is a tribute built to Eiffel’s first love, Adrienne Bourgès, played by Emma Mackey from the Netflix series Sex Education.
The film, directed by Martin Bourboulon, claims to be “freely inspired” by historical facts and accurately shows how Eiffel was an unpopular figure in late 19th century Paris when his plans for a 10,100 ton iron tower, were meant to become a symbol of industrial Savoir-faire. France for the 1889 Universal Exhibition, inaugurated.
The engineer was reluctant to take up the project; he and architect Eugène Viollet-le-Duc – from the spire of the famous Notre Dame Cathedral – had just finished building the iron and steel framework for the Statue of Liberty in New York and Eiffel was more interested in working on the Paris Métro system.
Historians have never determined exactly what changed his mind. The film shows that he did so after meeting Bourgs, whom he had wanted to marry years earlier, rekindling their relationship despite the fact that the two were married and he was with a politician thought to be in control of the Eiffel tower plans.
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