Bisikan IblisNany became a witness when her mother, Sophia, was killed by a ghost that she called "black demon" but no one believed her. The incident left a deep trauma for Nany. Eight years later, Nany wants to go to same school as her mother, Erly's Dormitory. Through a long debate with Frans, his father, she was allowed to study at the school. At Erly's dormitory, Nany meets friendly Shila and becomes Nany's best friend. Nany also met Mrs. Emil, a disciplined and wise principal, and a killer teacher named Pak Arnold. On the other hand, Nany had to deal with Hilda and Violet who often bothered her, especially after Nany behaved strangely because she heard a voice that she dusted as "devil's whisper". Nany was even more afraid to be in the dormitory because she saw another “black demon”. Nany's tension is somewhat relieved by the arrival of a new student named Gie who becomes her roommate. Together with Shila and Gie, Nany uncovers the mystery of Erly's dormitory related to her mother's death eight years ago. 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. MasahistaIliac is a 20-year old masseur in a massage parlor that caters to gay clientele. One ordinary night, a homosexual romance novel writer becomes Iliac's first customer for the day. But once outside the parolor, his current girlfriend, a bar girl who works in Japan, asserts her sexual dominion over him. Back home, his estranged father dies and as Iliac makes the trip to the province, he is faced with the reality of death, love, life, and survival. The masseur then carries out his defined duties and roles -- to his father and family, to his girlfriend, to his trade and to the one customer who has made him a favorite and seems to return for more.