MalapatakaA collection of short movie compilation directed by Rizal Mantovani. In 9 episodes, MALAPATAKA tells the tales of the danger lurking for people who belittled the mystical beliefs in society. Inspired by real life stories, MALAPATAKA serves gut-wrenching horror in each of its' 7-minutes episodes, which are: Room Number 4, The Reflection, I Wish, Mirror Mirror on the Wall, The Box, Unknown Caller, 10 PM, Dayu Datu and Invitation. 7 Hari Menembus WaktuMarissa’s life is perfect. Besides having Papa and Mama who dote on, during the past two years Marissa is dating Michael, best-looking guy in school. Suddenly all change when Michael breakes their relationship and dates Selina. Marissa incredibly upsets. When Marissa vents her emotions, she sees antique paintings in the halls which reportedly can grant wishes. Marissa begs the painting to take her away to a new life: without Michael and Selina. Her request answered. Marissa is shipped to 1994. To be able to go back to 2015, within seven days Marissa has to change all her bad attitude. Marissa also should help Wiliam to do three important things: against Ben, get to the heart of Cleo and makes up with Aunt Sarah.
Her mom and dad are very fond of her and she is dating Michael, best looking student in school. All of a sudden, the world is turned upside down when Michael decided to break up their relationship and date Selina instead.
Marissa is pissed off. Later on, Marissa sees an antique painting in the school corridor. Rumor said that it's capable to grant a wish. Marissa starts begging to the painting for a brand new life, a life without Michael and Selina in it.
The request is granted, Marissa slipped through time and went back to 1994. In order to go back to 2015, Marissa has to change all of her bad attitudes within seven days. She should also help William do three things; won against Ben, got Cleo’s heart, and made up with Aunty Sarah.
Will Marissa able to do the task? Mengejar Malam PertamaDoni often changes partner. So his mother ask him to get married. Suggested by Bang Jon, chicken noodle hawker, Doni organizes an audition to find a wife. None of the candidates are chosen.
Unintentionally, he meets with Gysta at a hospital. It turns out that Gysta is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Broto, friends of Doni’s mother. Doni and Gsyta finally get married. Doni approves his parents arranged match with one personal reason: sex.
Unfortunately, the much expected first night fails just because something trivial. There are many things that make the first night kept pending: the neighbor's house is on fire, the bed collaps, wrong drug consumption, in-laws who nag, until Gysta’s menstruation.
Obsession of the first night makes Doni discover the meaning of a marriage, which was not just sex.