Netflix 'Photocopier': 5 things you didn't know about Shenina Cinnamon
'Photocopier', which is all set to release on Netflix on January 13, 2022, is a critically acclaimed Indonesian film that also won several awards. It had an international premiere at the 26th Busan International Film Festival in October 2021.
After losing her scholarship when photos of her at a party surfaced online, a student pairs with a photocopy worker to piece together what happened. The movie is a thriller drama and talks about the dangers of social media and Internet bullying and how could it have a lasting impression on one's life.
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The star cast consists of well-known actors and has an amazing plot that is sure to keep you at the edge of your seats. To know more about their lives, keep on reading!
Shenina Syawalita Cinnamon as Suryani (Sur)
Born on February 1, 1999, Shenina Syawalita Cinnamon is an Indonesian actress from Jakarta. She is the daughter of Harris Cinnamon, an Indonesian scriptwriter, producer and director. She also has a brother named Dyoza Cinnamon.
Shenina Cinnamon marked her debut with the soap opera 'Roman Picisan: The Series', where she played the role of Jasmine. However, the opportunity to star in feature films came to her when she starred in 'Tumbal: The Ritual' where she was seen playing the role of Maya. Since her debut, she has starred in more than 10 movies. Her leading role debut was in 'Photocopier' where she played the role of the protagonist named Suryani. Her role was that of a student who loses her scholarship after an objectionable photo of her surfaces at a party online. With the help of her friend, she uncovers the truth of what really happened that night at the party. She has also starred in many television/web series including 'I Love You Silly' and 'Star Stealer'. She was also nominated for the Best Actress award at the Indonesian Film Festival for her role in 'Photocopier'.
Chicco Kurniawan as Amin
Chicco Kurniawan was born on May 16, 1994, in Jakarta, Indonesia. He is the youngest of three siblings, with an elder brother named Christie Kurniawan and a younger brother named Bobby Samuel, both of whom are actors.
Chicco began her career as a model or advertisement star in the Indonesian entertainment industry. He soon began acting on television, frequently appearing as extras in numerous soap operas and films. After playing the character of Rino in the film 'Possessive' and the role of Aris in the short film 'Pria', he established himself as a well-known actor. For his role in 'Photocopier', he won the Best Actor at the Indonesian Film Festival.
Jerome Kurnia as Tariq
Jerome Kurnia is an Indonesian actor who was born on February 4, 1994. After working in a law firm, he began his career as a radio announcer at Virgin Radio. He was already familiar with the world of acting when he was still a radio broadcaster because he had always engaged in theatrical groups and art competitions since childhood. Having worked in more than 10 films, he won the Best Supporting Actor for his role in 'Photocopier'.
Lutesha as Farah
Lutesha was born in Jakarta, Indonesia on June 23, 1994, and is an Indonesian actress and model. She has previously starred in many video clips and is a known model. She is playing the role of Farah in the film.
Other star cast includes Dea Panendra, Giulio Parengkuan and Lukman Sardi.
Excited about 'Photocopier'? Catch the upcoming thriller exclusively on Netflix on Thursday, January 13.