This hits too close to home. I can feel the uneasiness that went through Heli's head whenever his father began lecturing others. A parent can be worlds apart ideologically from their child, but love can always mold itself into strange forms to fill the void between them.
A kind of religious film that poking fun at its own genre. There are some not so believable moments out there like the questionable attitude of that Nicaragua aid worker. But the laugh-out-loud preachy moments in the beginning of this Indonesian version of Ismail Farroukhi's Le Grand Voyage also Heli's hilarious facial expressions along the way make up for it.