Jennifer Garner | Actor
A young man from the countryside decides to visit his father, a modernist painter in Manila; not knowing that his father has come back to the province to heal from depression. He still stayed in Manila to find a job and he meets a nude model scheduled to pose for his father. Struck by her beauty he pretends to be his father. Developing a relationship based on a lie turns things for the worse when Stella begets a strange skin disease that turns off Miguel. Surrounded by strange characters Miguel is driven into a frenzied realization about beauty, lust, love and being true to one's self.
The Drive follows a makeshift family of roomates as they become entangled in each others lives while struggling to find their way on East Vancouver’s Commercial Drive.
Bimo wants to create a horror TV show about the disappearance of a ronggeng dancer. So he goes to the village with Mia, Aline and Dea but no one there wants to talk about the incident. But then a mute takes them to the house of the ronggeng leader. When they return, Aline’s mother, a psychic, sees that something has happened to Aline, and cautions her not to return to the village. Bimo doesn’t believe her and they continue to visit the village. When they break into the ronggeng dancer’s house, they start being killed. Only Aline and Mia survive. Finally they understand that the cause of her death was the charm that was implanted in her body.
Pocong Jalan Blora
Sandra, Mei, Josh and Joe finally satisfy their curiosity about pocong sightings in Blora Road but they are now haunted. When Sandra visits Mei’s house, she is greeted by Hilda, whom she doesn’t know. Sandra now thinks that Mei has gone missing. Fredi, Mei’s boyfriend, claims that he has not seen Mei since she returned from Blora. Sandra enlists Hilda’s help to find Mei, as Hilda can see the spirit of dead people. Hilda is also haunted by a spirit of a woman resembling Mei. At her friend Seno’s advice, Hilda tells Sandra that she has met Mei in spirit form. Then they all return to Blora road.
Ajari Aku Islam
Kenny (Roger Danuarta), a Medan Chinese young man and Fidya (Cut Meyriska), a Batak Melayu Muslim girl, like each other. However, cultural and religious differences cause their parents do not approve of their relationship. Kenny's parents want Kenny to marry his fiance who has been separated for several years, Chelsea Tan (Shinta Naomi). At the same time, Fidya's old lover Fahri (Miqdad Addausy) returns from studying Islam in Turkey