Finally, parents are allowed to bring children under 12 years old go to the cinema to see the NUSSA movie. This policy applies specifically to cities in Java and Bali that are included in the implementation of community activity restrictions (PPKM) levels 1 and 2.
As seen on the Instagram account for the film Nussa, a cinema visit was finally held to accommodate the curiosity of the audience
Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said cinema capacity for districts/cities in Java and Bali, which are already in levels 1 and 2, could be increased to 70%. Even so, Luhut emphasized that this easing was accompanied by health protocols and strict conditions that must be complied with. Such as the mandatory use of the Care Protect application to conduct initial screening and the mandatory assistance for children under 12 years of age by parents.
Some places that have entered the implementation of PPKM levels 1 and 2 are Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi, Bandung, Semarang, Yogyakarta, Malang, Surabaya, Denpasar, and Aceh.
This causes cinema visits to be carried out.
Hearing this happy news, the director of the NUSSA film, Bony Wirasmono said that he was happy. Finally, parents can invite and accompany their children to watch in the cinema with a feeling of security and comfort.
“Of course it feels good, the feeling of longing to enjoy the experience of watching in the cinema has been cured. Parents can now accompany their children to witness the exciting adventures of Nussa and Rarra. But don’t forget, you still have to maintain health protocols while you’re in the cinema!,” said Bony.
Since showing in theaters on October 14, the film NUSSA has succeeded in spreading joy to thousands of viewers in Indonesia. A warm story full of high moral values makes NUSSA a family film that should not be missed.
Not only in terms of the story, the visual animation of the NUSSA film was also praised by many audiences as well
film critic. Not even a few say that, the film NUSSA can already be aligned with
International animation studio and become the new benchmark for Indonesian animation.
“The perfection of the story quality and visuals of NUSSA films is the result of the hard work of hundreds of creators
best in Indonesia. The creators are trying to develop new animation technology, so that the quality of NUSSA films is different from the series. One of them is using technology hair-systemwhere every strand of Nussa’s character’s hair is made one by one in more detail,” said Bony.
Produced by Anggia Kharisma, the film NUSSA tells the story of a clever boy named Nussa who wants to make his father proud by winning back a science competition at his school.
However, he has to face Jonni, a new kid and a rival who is superior to him.
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