Verses of Love

Synopsis: This is a love story. But not just a simple love story. It's about how to deal with the ups and downs of life's problems in the Islamic way. Fahri bin Abdillah is an Indonesian student trying to reach his master's degree in Al-Azhar. Fatigue with the dust of Egypt. Dwell with a variety of targets and simplicity of life. Persisting with being a translator of religious books. All Fahri's targets were enthusiastically excited except one: getting married. Fahri is an obedient man who is so straight. He does not know the courtship before marriage. He is less articulate when confronted with a creature named woman. There are very few women close to him all along. His grandmother, his mother and his sister. Moving to Egypt made that change. It was Maria Girgis. One flat neighbor who is a Coptic Christian but admire the Qur'an, and admire Fahri. Admiration turned into love. Unfortunately, Mary's love is only poured in the diary only. Then there is Nurul. The son of a famous kyai who also dredge
Genre: Drama, Romance
130 min

Maria! Maria!


I need...

Arab dictionary?

No... no...

English dictionary? No... no... Then what?

I... I need...

I... I need...

I need you to come over to my flat.


"Verses of Love"

One moment, Mama. I

want to go to Fahri's flat.


I don't know what's wrong with this.

You must've forgotten to

update the antivirus again.

The virus has wiped out all of your files.

Do you have any back-ups?

What kind of files?


But the most important

is my thesis proposal.

When is the deadline?

Three more days.

Fahri, you're not alone here.

Yeah... subhanallah, Maria...

I'm trying to find that book

about the prophet David...

There, on the table. We don't have it.

We do. Just try to look for it.

Your drink.

From who...?

From her...?

Assalamualaikum. Alaikumsalam.

Ful! Alhamdulillah, I'm so relieved.

Nurul told me that Mr. Jalal has

extended the deadline until next week.

So we can ease up a little.

Good, then.

Who's Nurul, Fahri?

Nurul is our friend.

She is Ustadz Jalal's niece. My mentor.

She often helps us if we have problems.

"My Beloved..."

No way! It's all mine!

Finished, Fahri?

Yes! Alhamdulillah.

Finished, right? Return them now!

"Wedding Invitation"


Congratulations. Thanks.



Congratulations. Thanks.

What did she gave you? Nurul...

Apparently you have a

talent to be celebrity.

Let's go upstairs.

So regeneration is very important.

This organization is like a campfire.

The members are the firewood.

To keep the fire burning...

we have to continually find new firewood.

How come a guy like Fahri isn't

married yet? What is he waiting for?

Would you want to be with him?

You bet I would... Ssshh... be quiet!

Even if there's only one person

who is willing to support it...

If it's God's will, then it will happen...

I am not forcing you, son.

You are a big boy now.

Marriage is your personal

affair. I'm just reminding you.

I haven't been able to fulfill your

and father's wishes yet, mother.

Moreover, it's hard, mom...

I haven't yet found the woman

that Allah has chosen for me.

Isn't there an Indonesian

girl who is suitable for you?

How about Nurul? The

one you often mention.

Nurul is just a friend, mom.

Moreover, it's impossible that Kyai

Sirath's daughter want to marry me.

If Allah has intended so, anybody

can become your soul mate.

Yes, mom. Assalamualaikum.


Fahri! Where are you going?

I want to "talaqi" at Al Azhar.

Can you buy me a CD? It's hot outside.

That's your favorite.

The CD is on me.

Thanks a lot for the mango Juice.

What kind of human are you? You

can't even carry this thing up!

You prostitute!

It's very hot here. It's common, Fahri.

What is this? Another letter?

Please keep it, Syeh. Holding it scares me.

This is why we are

supposed to get married.

Aside from perfecting religion,

marriage is to avoid slander.

And also to give spiritual composure.

How are you, Fahri?

How are you?

Where have you been?

From "talaqi".

How was football yesterday?

Who won? Zamalek, of course.

Fahri, those are American infidels.

How was the football, Ashraf? Tell me...

You didn't watch?

I fell asleep.

No! Please take my seat...

It's OK. I apologize for they

behavior. They don't understand.

Oh muslimah, why did you offer

her your seat? They are infidels!

I don't have heart to see her...

They deserve it! We're

intentionally not giving them seats.

Are you a muslimah or not?

I'm sorry. She's just try to help.

My mom's not feeling well, cause it's hot.

Islam teaches us to be kind to everybody.

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Salman Aristo

Salman Aristo (born 1976) is an Indonesian screenwriter and film director best known for his work on Ayat-Ayat Cinta, Laskar Pelangi, Garuda di Dadaku, and Sang Penari. Born in Jakarta, Aristo became interested in films from a young age, though he did not consider a career in the industry until after graduating from university. At the suggestion of a friend, he wrote his first screenplay, Tak Pernah Kembali Sama. With feedback on the script from director Rudy Soedjarwo and after a period reading old, successful scripts, Aristo – at the time a film reviewer for a magazine – was able to befriend Hanung Bramantyo, who asked him to write a script about brownies. The resulting film, a critical success, led to Aristo receiving numerous requests for screenplays, including several adaptations of novels. In 2010, he released his directorial debut, Jakarta Maghrib. Aristo, who is married to fellow screenwriter Ginatri S. Noer, is influenced by several Western and Indonesian screenwriters, including Woody Allen, Robert Altman, Richard Linklater, Richard Curtis, Arifin C. Noer, and Asrul Sani. He has been nominated for three Citra Awards for screenwriting, although he has yet to win. more…

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