Dian Sastrowardoyo, Nicholas Saputra hang adult filming ‘Aruna dan Lidahnya’ – The Jakarta Post

Aruna dan Lidahnya (Aruna and Her Palate), a latest film to star Indonesia’s favorite on-screen integrate Dian Sastrowardoyo and Nicholas Saputra, finished filming on May 25 after sharpened in 5 opposite cities.

Adapted from Laksmi Pamuntjak’s novel of a same name, a film has Dian personification Aruna and Nicholas behaving as Bono. It also stars Hannah Al Rashid as Nad and Oka Antara as Farish.

Principal photography took place in Surabaya and Madura in East Java, Pontianak in West Kalimantan, Singkawang in West Kalimantan and in Jakarta.

“Shooting any film is challenging, though a plea in this film was in describing how tasty certain dishes were. [We] contingency make a assembly know a season of a food,” pronounced film’s director, Edwin told tempo.co. “But it was still a lot of fun since all a people concerned adore to eat.”

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Berbahagialah tinggal di Indonesia yang kekayaan kulinernya berlimpah dari barat hingga ke timur. Apalagi ke Pontianak, pasti tak lengkap bila belum menyantap bakmi kepiting! Nah, berikutnya kru #ArunaDanLidahnya akan ke Singkawang. Kira-kira bakal ketemu makanan enak apalagi ya? Tunggu terus updatenya di sini! #banggafilmindonesia #filmindonesia #filmnasional

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As the categorical character, Dian positive that a film was true to a book.

“The best thing about sharpened in many locations with food as a categorical bulletin was that all was about eating. We’re also mostly placed in one car, so it felt like a highway trip,” Dian said.

Hannah also common her knowledge of a filming process.

“It’s like a dream project. Everyone worked with passion, everybody was professional. It was a singular experience,” she said.

Produced by Meiske Taurisia and Muhammad Zaidy, a book for Aruna dan Lidahnya was created by Titien Wattimena. (wir/wng)

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