Film “Hayya: The Power of Love 2” Takes Place in Palestine and Indonesia

Hayya: The Power of Love 2 Film stats (photo: Special)

Jakarta, MINA – Film “Hayya: The Power of Love 2” raises humanitarian issues and a positive show for millennial or young generation in Indonesia.

The family drama film Production of Color Pictures, which takes place in Indonesia and Palestine began airing simultaneously in Indonesian Cinema from September 19, 2019.

It was conveyed by the executive producer of film which is a sequel to “212: The Power of Love”, Erik Yusuf at a press conference in Jakarta on Sunday afternoon, September 8.

“Palestinian children are a symbol, they must be free from bullying, fear and worry,” he said.

He said many children were victims of war and orphans, and they had to live in refugee camps.

“With this Hayya film, we hope that viewers can care for others,” he added.

Then, one of Hayya’s film producers, Helvy Tiana Rosa said the film was made with idealism or what it was called cultural jihad.

“We may not be able to help directly but can contribute to our creation or creativity, and our work. By seeing this film, we can care about the problems of Indonesian, Palestinian, Syrian children, and those who are less fortunate, ” she said.

Helvy said some of the profits from 101-minute film are planned to be donated to disadvantaged Indonesian and Palestinian children.

Hayya’s story was also written from film to novel by Helvy Tiana Rosa and Benny Arnas. “All profits from the book will be donated to Palestine trough several humanitarian agencies that support this film,” Helvy said.

Jastis Arimba as the Director was touched to be able to create works which are planned to be screened to a number of countries in Southeast Asia.

The film ‘Hayya: The Power of Love 2’, tells the story of Rahmat (32), a journalist who haunted by feelings of guilt and sin in the past, decided to become a humanitarian volunteer. It brought him not only to volunteer activities around Indonesia, but also with his friend Adin to Palestinian territories.

There, he met Hayya (5), an orphan girl victims of the conflict in Palestine. Hayya and Rahmat’s relationship became so close that one day Rahmat had to return to Indonesia because he wanted to marry Yasna. Hayya, who did not want to lose Rahmat, did something unexpected. Relations between Rahmat, Hayya, and Yasna suddenly turned complex, funny and tense.

The film stars Fauzi Baadila, Adhin Abdul Hakim, Meyda Sefira, Ria Ricis, Humaidi Abas, Hamas Syahid, Asma Nadia, and Amna Hasanah Shahab as Hayya. (TL/Sj/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)