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Ayat-ayat Cinta: A Film About Love, Faith and Polygamy
Ayat-ayat Cinta (Verses of Love) is a 2008 Indonesian romantic drama film directed by Hanung Bramantyo and based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Habiburrahman El Shirazy . The film stars Fedi Nuril, Rianti Cartwright, Carissa Putri, Melanie Putria and Zaskia Adya Mecca as the main characters. The film tells the story of Fahri, an Indonesian student who studies Islam at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt, and his complicated relationships with four women: Maria, a Coptic Christian neighbor who admires him; Nurul, a fellow Indonesian student who has feelings for him; Noura, an abused Egyptian neighbor who accuses him of rape; and Aisha, a Turkish-German woman who falls in love with him.
The film was a critical and commercial success, becoming one of the most popular Indonesian films of all time. It received positive reviews from critics and audiences for its portrayal of Islamic values, interfaith dialogue and polygamy. The film also won several awards, including Best Film at the 2008 Indonesian Film Festival. The film was released in Singapore and Malaysia in 2008, and in Turkey in 2009 under the title Aşk-ı Memnu (Forbidden Love). A sequel, Ayat-ayat Cinta 2, was released in 2017.
Fahri is a devout Muslim who lives modestly and works as a translator of religious books to support his studies at Al-Azhar University. He has a plan to marry after he finishes his thesis, but he does not have any experience with women. He only has his grandmother, mother and sister as his female relatives. His life changes when he meets four different women who have an impact on him.
Maria is his neighbor who lives in the same apartment building. She is a Coptic Christian who respects Islam and admires Fahri for his knowledge of the Quran. She secretly writes her feelings for Fahri in her diary, but never confesses them to him.
Nurul is another Indonesian student who also studies at Al-Azhar. She is the daughter of a famous cleric in Indonesia, and she has a crush on Fahri. However, she is shy and insecure, and Fahri thinks that he is unworthy of her.
Noura is also Fahri's neighbor who suffers from domestic violence by her father. Fahri feels sorry for her and tries to help her. However, Noura misunderstands Fahri's kindness as love, and she becomes obsessed with him. One day, she sneaks into Fahri's room and tries to seduce him, but Fahri rejects her. She then accuses him of raping her and reports him to the police.
Aisha is a beautiful Turkish-German woman who meets Fahri on the subway. She witnesses Fahri defending Islam from a prejudiced man who insults it. She is impressed by Fahri's courage and intelligence, and she falls in love with him. She later visits him at his apartment and proposes to him.
Fahri accepts Aisha's proposal and marries her. However, he still faces the trial for Noura's accusation. He also learns that Maria has a terminal illness and that Nurul still loves him. He decides to visit Maria at the hospital and Nurul at her home to say goodbye to them. However, both Maria and Nurul ask Fahri to marry them as well. Fahri is confused and conflicted, but he eventually agrees to marry them both as his second and third wives, with Aisha's consent.
The film ends with Fahri being acquitted of Noura's charge after she confesses that she lied. He then lives happily with his three wives in Cairo.
Ayat-ayat Cinta is a film that explores the themes of love, faith and polygamy from an Islamic perspective. The film shows how Fahri struggles to balance his religious duties, his academic goals and his personal feelings. The film also depicts the diversity and tolerance of Islam, as Fahri interacts with people of different faiths and cultures. The film also challenges the stereotypes and misconceptions about Islam, especially regarding women's rights and polygamy.
The film is well-directed by Hanung Bramantyo, who manages to create a realistic and captivating atmosphere of Cairo. The film is also well-acted by the cast, especially Fedi Nuril who portrays Fahri with sincerity and depth. The film also features a beautiful soundtrack by Melly Goeslaw, Anto Hoed and Rossa, who sing the theme song "Ayat-ayat Cinta".
Ayat-ayat Cinta is a film that offers a refreshing and inspiring view of Islam and its teachings. It is a film that appeals to both Muslims and non-Muslims, as it delivers a universal message of love, compassion and justice. It is a film that deserves to be watched and appreciated by everyone.