Thursday, 16 January 2020 22:06 wib
At Film Screening Titus: Mystery of the Enygma, Liliana Tanoesoedibjo: Indonesian Animation could Go International

JAKARTA - An animated film by Indonesian, ‘Titus: Mystery of the Enygma’ is ready to go international with the thrill of the detective mouse's story.

“This film is a pride for all of us, because the quality of our animation can go to the international level. My hope for Indonesian animation is, of course, continuing to develop,” said Chairwoman of MNC Group, Liliana Tanoesoedibjo. She stated when watching together film ‘Titus: Mystery of the Enygma’ at XXI Plaza Senayan, Central Jakarta, on Thursday (1/16/2020).

MNC Animation and MNC Pictures ensure that film ‘Titus: Mystery of the Enygma’ will air in theatres abroad. Previously, MNC Animation was successful with the animated character Kiko on television and has been distributed and aired in 52 countries.

The film ‘Titus: Mystery of the Enygma’ was worked out in great detail, and the process was lasted for up to 4 years. This animated film also promises a great quality through the big names of the voices over of its characters.

Senior actor, Lukman Sardi is voice over the magician rabbit named Bobit. The voice of the main figure of the Titus mouse is filled by Arbany Yasiz.

Furthermore, Robby Purba is voice over the character of a cat named Bulpan. For the lizard character, Fyra, is voice over by Ranty Maria and a special cameo from Jessica Tanoesoedibjo as Jessica.

For information, Titus is a character raised from the magazine Just For Kids. In the animated film, tells the story of the main character Titus, the mouse who works as a detective in solving mysteries.

Liliana explained the film was full of important values ​​to be instilled in children.

“The moral message is that with persistence, responsibility and friendship can always produce something good. Here also is shown that something good is not easy, but if done, it could certainly produce something good,” she said.

Liliana also invited all people in the country to watch Titus. In addition to the exciting story, it is a form of appreciation that encourages Indonesian animators to continue produce a great work.

“This Titus, can provide a special pride for Indonesian animation, so that it can have qualities like international animation,” she said.

Hary Tanoesoedibjo's wife also advised the people in the country to watch Titus. “Don't forget to watch the film ‘Titus: Mystery of the Enygma’ in our beloved theatres,” she concluded.