Mae (Nirina Zubir) and Rendy (Nino Fernandez) celebrate their wedding anniversary. Their children (Farras Fatik, Steven Craig, Hadijah Shahab) entrusted to Babe (Jaja Mihardja) and Mrs Mardi (Meriam Bellina). However, their romantic dinner fells apart when they get word that Babe’s car gets an accident.
Mrs Mardi is in serious condition. Mae is shaken. She sees her children pray, and they invite Mae to pray also. In panic, Mae seeks prayer books in the car. Fortunately, Mrs Mardi awakes. Rendy is willing to make a feast on the family’s good luck, but instead Mae becomes brooder. She is embarrassed, because she never pray at all.
Meanwhile, Sophie (Anggika Borlsterli) who married with Jali (Ricky Harun), frustrates because Jali is always following her. She takes time for herself by secretly participating quick praying course. Jali is surprised. He wants to follow as well.
Mae wants to take religion course again, but ashames. Mrs Mardi says she is awaken because Mae and the kids pray for her. Mae is crying. Since married, Mae has never prayed, forgot to read the Koran. Her life is too comfortable: a lot of money, a great husband, and cute and smart children. Mrs Mardi is surprised to know that Rendy is Islam, but Islam by formality. Mrs Mardi tells Mae, that Rendy has given wonderful worldly life. As a wife, Mae has to give Rendy beautiful afterlife as well.
Mae tries to ask Rendy to participate in group praying, but it turned out in the group praying of Mr Bambang (Panji Pragiwaksono) Rendy is busy lobbying. Mae even meets with handsome ustad (Fathir Muchtar). Mae uses the children to make Rendy to pray together, but Rendy instead encourages the children to play game.
In quick course Sophie gets a lot of new things and real guidance. How shocked is Jali, when Sophie appears wearing hijab. Rendy’s mom (Ira Wibowo) became hysterical. She worries Sophie becoming follower of The Black Robe (Kemal Palevi). Mae is also surprised. Sophie is bolder to make decisions and selling luxury goods at a garage sale together with Eman (Amink). Mae decides to seek grace for her family, despite having a “cold war” with Rendy.
Finally, Rendy quietly begin to take prayers. In the office, Rendy memorizes the prayers, and goes into employees’ musholla. His men (Dimas Danang and Imam Darto) think the office would go bankrupt, or Rendy wants a divorce.
|Pemain:||Aming Sugandhi, Anggika Bolsterli, Farras Fatik, Hadijah Shahab, Jaja Mihardja, Meriam Bellina, Nino Fernandez, Nirina Zubir, Ricky Harun, Steven Craig|