Maryam is a maid who responsible to take care of her master who have a mental disorder because of the certain situation. on christmas night, his whole family left him only with his maid. Maryam take him to a disquiet, spiritual and life and death situation on christmas mass.

  • Sidi Saleh
    Full Moon, Love Me Please, Fitri
  • Sidi Saleh
  • Amalia Trisna Sari
  • Meyke Vierna
    Key Cast
  • Adrianto Sinaga
    Key Cast
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    18 minutes 3 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 5, 2014
  • Production Budget:
    380 USD
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  • 71st Venice Film Festival
    Lido, Venice
    September 4, 2014
    European Premier
    Orrizonti Award for best short
  • Clermont Ferrand Film Festival 2015
    Clermont-Fd, France
    January 31, 2015
  • Ozu Film Festival
    November 24, 2014
  • Tertio Millenio Film Festival 2014
    Roma, Italy
  • Sleepwalkers short film festival 2014
Director Biography - Sidi Saleh

Sidi Saleh was born in Jakarta-Indonesia on April 5th 1979. He received a bachelor’s degree in cinematography from the Jakarta Institute of Arts. Since he graduated from university. He has credits for some experimental feature film as a cinematographer such as “Blind Pig Who Wants to Fly” (the Fipresci Award at the Rotterdam Film Festival 2009), “Postcard from the Zoo” (in Competition at the Berlinale Film Festival 2012) and one of short films title is “Kara - the Daughter of a Tree” (Cannes Director’s Fortnight 2005).
Sidi made his directorial debut with 2011’s “Full Moon”, one of short film segment in omnibus “Belkibolang” and thenceforth continuing his career as a film director. In 2013, he participated in film workshops at Berlinale Talent Campus.
Sidi’s third short film “Fitri” was in competition at the Clermont Ferrand International Film Festival 2014. His next short film, “Maryam”, won the best short film at the 71° Mostra Internazionale d'Arte Cinematografica Film Festival 2014 in Venice.

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Director Statement

I have a very strong connection with women, having a mother and two sisters in a very traditional culture. They have always made me think that women are stronger than men in some situations. We all know that women are the ones who give birth, and the way I see it this does not make it easier for them to live their lives. They struggle with everything that happens in good and bad times. Whatever society they live in or faith they believe in. Like the story of Maria, or Maryam, in this film.