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The drama is accused of plagiarizing Japanese television drama 1 Litre of Tears. The name "Aya" was replaced with "Nayla" (Chelsea Olivia), and the role as Asō was replaced by Moses (Glenn Alinskie). Until now, there is still no resolutions nor any effort to enforce copyright law for this case.

The accusation that this series plagiarizes 1 Litre of Tears was admitted by the main actor, during an interview with Bintang Indonesia.

I don't want the viewers to compare me with the role on the real story. Especially when I am the main actor. Consequently, I will never want to watch the original. I'm afraid that I am being looked as imitating it. I want to be known as Chelsea. I don't care, let only the story plagiarizes, but the acting does not.
—Chelsea Olivia

The series itself did not mention any announcement that this serial was "inspired by" or "adapted from" but claiming that the story was merely a fiction.



This series was presented special for 2006 Christmas in RCTI. In the end of 2007, this series was for sale or distribution throughout Indonesia on 15 episodes DVD format for Rp 125000. RCTI claimed that they did not gain any profit for airing this series, and this series gained its production cost from one of non-profit Christian organization in Indonesia although commercial advertisements were inserted every several minutes.




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Everything seemed to be perfect for Nayla as she was always a bright, diligent, always happy, basketball talented girl. She was also very devoted to her religion. In school, she was the class leader and meets this handsome senior.

But despite of all this perfection, Nayla suffered a severe disease and soon she would be totally paralyzed. She hadn't found out though. Dr Fritz who examined her asked her to write a diary (actually Dr Fritz wanted her to do this so he could always monitor Nayla's health development).

A couple of days later, Martha saw Dr Fritz in order to take the Nayla's examination result. Martha was very surprised knowing what disease Nayla had to bear. She let Nayla knew nothing about this. One day, Nayla met a patient who has the same symptoms like hers.

Nayla asked her doctor but he refused to tell her because he thought he didn't have any right to tell her. Nayla's health became worse. Martha, unwillingly, told her what was happening to her body. Nayla wasn't surprised anymore, she had already knew about her condition and what would come to her. Nayla now had to be seated on electric wheel chair. Fortunately, Nayla had good friends who always be there for her. She also had Moses who fell in love with her and always took care of her. But there were also some of her friends who finally started to feel annoyed being in the same class with Nayla

Time went by, Nayla successfully graduated. Her friends started to think about their future and entering university. Nayla was sad. The only thing that made her felt better was to write. She kept writing even though her hands started to be difficult to move. Meanwhile, Moses managed to enter medical school which wasn't his dream at first. He wanted to become doctor so that he can heal Nayla eventually.

Nayla realized that her existence might be not long anymore, and it would hurt Moses badly. Nayla determined to call their relationship off. But secretly, Moses never took his eyes from Nayla.

Nayla's disease grew stronger and faster than Dr Fritz's prediction. There were times when Nayla almost died because of choking or difficulties breathing but Nayla always fought her disease and never forget to pray. She also sent her writings to some magazine. People who read them was moved by her strong will.

In the Christmas eve, Moses read Nayla's letter. At the same time, Nayla was struggling with her disease. There were many people who became stronger in facing their lives because of Nayla's writing. That proved even Nayla's physic so weak, she could still do something on helping people, like the way she always dream.

Nayla smiled happily. There was no other thing she wanted to find in this world anymore.
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really? they didn't gain any profit? I thought that this series was a 'success' in Indonesia... the viewer ship rating was, like 30%, wasn't it? Huh...
looks like they got what they deserved. Hopefully this teaches them a lesson...
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arashikishu000 wrote:

really? they didn't gain any profit? I thought that this series was a 'success' in Indonesia... the viewer ship rating was, like 30%, wasn't it? Huh...
looks like they got what they deserved. Hopefully this teaches them a lesson...


It's not success at all

so many people against it..
Me too, of course


and please don't think all indonesian people love that shit dramas
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Posted 11/28/08

arlulez wrote:


arashikishu000 wrote:

really? they didn't gain any profit? I thought that this series was a 'success' in Indonesia... the viewer ship rating was, like 30%, wasn't it? Huh...
looks like they got what they deserved. Hopefully this teaches them a lesson...


It's not success at all

so many people against it..
Me too, of course


and please don't think all indonesian people love that shit dramas


yeah they're stupid... the director n producer too!!
if they have feeling y didnt they think about real aya's feeling if she know this [although she is now 'far away' from us]
SERVE THEM RIGHT for not being able to gain profit from it!!
baka... idiot shit... they are!!
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it was a sucess but the brodcasting company had to take it down because it was plagerized and the profits had to go to the japanese broadcasting company
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