Maria Mariana II

Maria Mariana II
Maria Mariana II
Directed by Dato' Yusof Haslam
Written by Dato' Yusof Haslam
Starring Erra Fazira
Ziana Zain
Awie
Ning Baizura
Rosyam Nor
Editing by Salehan Samsuddin
Distributed by Grand Brilliance Sdn Bhd. & Skop Productions Sdn Bhd.
Release date(s) April 2, 1998 (1998-04-02)
Running time 110 minutes
Country Malaysia
Language Malay

Maria Mariana II is the 1998 Malaysian drama film, and sequel to the 1996's hit film of the same title, Maria Mariana. The film was directed by Dato' Yusof Haslam, and was released in Malaysia on April 2, 1998.

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Synopsis

Maria is rushed to the hospital and is saved by Dr. Faris who successfully extracts the bullet from her body. Maria is assigned to the Special Unit of the Royal Malaysian Police force. She falls in love with Dr. Faris. Her unit has been directed to smash a syndicate which is trafficking ecstasy pills and drugs in the city. Meanwhile, Mariana is visited by Remy, a colleague who is attracted to her. Roy, her ex-boyfriend reappears causing turmoil in her life and Mariana reverts to her old wild ways. The relationship between the two sisters, Maria and Mariana becomes strained again.

Cast

Reception

The film was released on April 2, 1998 for 42 days in 32 cinemas across Malaysia and grossed RM3,159,002.

Soundtrack

Maria Mariana Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Johari Teh
Released 1998
Genre Soundtrack
Label BMG
Johari Teh chronology
Maria Mariana Original Soundtrack
(1996)
Maria Mariana II Original Soundtrack
(1998)
  1. "Maria Mariana" (Slam)
  2. "Puncak Kasih" (Ziana Zain)
  3. "Kemelut Di Muara Kasih" (Ziana Zain)
  4. "Alangkah" (Ning Baizura)
  5. "Roda-Roda Kuala Lumpur" (AC Mizal)
  6. "Syurga Hujung Malam" (Awie)
  7. "Berpisah Jua" (Ziana Zain)
  8. "Jangan Lama-Lama" (Sweet Charity)
  9. "Sabar Menanti" (Broery Marantika & Ning Baizura)
  10. "Ku Cinta Padamu" (Ziana Zain)
  11. "Jangan Kau Rayu" (Amy)
  12. "Setia Ku Di Sini" (Ziana Zain)

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