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Blockbuster ‘Kita Kita’ film gets Indonesian remake

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/ 12:14 PM September 15, 2019

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Ugh.. got teary eyed 😢 on this. Congratulations team #KitaKita and #CintuItuButa (@cintaitubutaofficial)! Can’t wait to watch this Indonesian remake shot in Busan, Korea! Look!!! Tonyo @empoy 🍌and Lea @msderossi ❤️ “Watch the trailer for the Indonesian remake of KITA KITA! The Pinoy blockbuster hit #KitaKita, 🇵🇭starring Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy, now has an Indonesian version! 🇮🇩 ‘Cintu Itu Buta’ (Love is Blind). Opens October 10 in Indonesia.” (CinemaBravo) 🎬 Watch the full trailer here https://youtu.be/9Rq8oQHH0LM

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MANILA, Philippines — Filipino blockbuster film “Kita Kita” will have an Indonesian remake, its director announced on Sunday.

On Instagram, director Sigrid Bernardo posted a short clip of what was supposed to be the Indonesian remake of Kita Kita titled “Cintu Itu Buta (Love is Blind)”

“Ugh.. got teary eyed on this. Congratulations team #KitaKita and #CintuItuButa (@cintaitubutaofficial)! Can’t wait to watch this Indonesian remake shot in Busan, Korea!” Bernardo said.

Cintu Itu Buta will be showing in Indonesian cinemas starting October 10.

Kita Kita was a Filipino film featuring Alessandra de Rossi and Empoy Marquez back in 2017.

It earned more than P300 million and has been dubbed as the most successful independently produced Filipino film. /je

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READ: ‘Kita Kita’ earnings more than P300M

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