NusaBali reports that immediately after his release from Cipinang prison on Tuesday, August 18, 2009, Indonesian film star Roy Marten and his family are headed to Bali for a family holiday.
The 57 year-old Marten was released on parole from Cipinang Prison in West Java after completing two years of a three-year sentence for narcotics possession, the second time he has been imprisoned on similar charges.
Marten has starred in more than 60 Indonesian feature films, commencing his career in 1974 playing an oft-repeated role of a high-school heartthrob. In more recent years, the actor had made a successful transition to playing more fatherly roles in Indonesian soap operas.
Marten told the press that he was bound to Bali for a second honeymoon with his wife, Anna Maria Sofyana, before considering how to restart his film career interrupted by his latest imprisonment.
Roy, who received a joyous homecoming at his home in Bekasi on the outskirts of the Indonesian capital, told the press the he was blessed to possess an extraordinary family and an extraordinary group of friends.
The details of the star's holiday in Bali are being carefully guarded to allow Marten and his family and undisturbed reconciliation after his two year absence.
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