Kid Cudi

Kid Cudi | Actor

Takut
TakutYudha who has lung problems, moves to Vila Andaru on the slopes of Mount Wilis. Elisa and Dewa accidentally go to Mount Wilis to seek the long lost Erlita, Elisa’s sister. Elisa and Dewa stay at the hotel Cempaka, adjacent to the Villa Andaru. The three meet there. Yudha knows that Elisa and Dewa has the ability to see spirits. Because many oddities and horrors that happen in Vila Andaru, Yudha want to know what really happens. Elisa who has been used to see spirits, apparently is still scared when she sees the ghost hanging herself in the room balcony. The hanged soul called Rasti is constantly asking for help from Elisa. Not only that, Erlita’s bodies also often come to sing Javanese song with a terrible face. Rasti can not do anything, as long as Dewa is still with her. The spirits are afraid of Dewa. On the other hand, Nia, receptionist at Hotel Cempaka, is always curious with Elisa affairs. Nia always pays attention to the strange behaviors of Elisha. Because of her curiousity, Rasti haunts Nia. After various horror and strangeness that they experience, Erlita takes possession of Elisa. Erlita brings Elisa to the library at Villa Andaru. Yudha and Dewa follow Elisa. It turns out Elisa, Yudha, and Dewa find the bodies of Erlita who is buried in the library. Erlita died because her lover killed her out of revenge. The mystery of the lost Erlita is solved. When Elisa is about to leave the hotel, Yudha proposes again the question that has not been answered: what happens to him. Elisa gives a shocking statement: during the trip to Villa Andaru Yudha’s car went into the abyss. Yudha and the driver died instantly. And one more thing that makes Nia suspicious so far, is Elisa who always speak for herself. Elisha never came together with Dewa. Dewa is long dead and Elisa is not aware of it. Elisa still thinks that Dewa still alive, without realizing that Dewa is spirit, just like other spirits she could see.
Dibawah Lindungan Ka'bah
Dibawah Lindungan Ka'bahHamid, a smart, pious, poor young man with courtesy, lives among the family of Hajj Jaffar, a benevolent, pious person who never discriminate people based on social standing and wealth. Hamid highly respects the family and considers Hajj Jaffar as his own father. Likewise, Hajj Jaffar considers him, fatherless, as his own son. Hajj Jaffar puts Hamid in a reputable school. In return, Mak Hamid, Hamid’s mother,works for Hajj Jaffar’s family. Hamid’s relationship with Mak Asiah, Hajj Jaffar’s wife, and their only daughter, Zainab, is also on good terms. Zainab even considers him as her own brother. Everything is in harmony until one day love grows between Hamid and Zainab. Both can’t deny it even when their love becomes forbidden one since both are not equal. Hamid thinks he makes no mistakes by loving her, trying to be close to Zainab. However, he has to pay the price as a Hajj Jaffar’s relative, wanting to wed his nephew to Zainab, puts slander on him. Hamid is ousted from the kampong. In exile, Hamid works hard so that he’s appointed as a company’s clerk. But beyond that, his life keeps on taking tragic turns. Hajj Jaffar and Mak Hamid whom he loves pass away. And then Mak Asiah asks for his help to persuade Zainab to marry a man she’s been matched with, which Hamid does with a heavy heart. Afterward he travels to the holy land of Mekkah. Beneath the Ka’bah he prays and departs this life. Zainab is so brokenhearted that her health declines. She finally dies still keeping her promise: only to marry and be married with the one who loves her and is loved by her, that is Hamid.