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Satan's Slaves

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  • 깜짝놀람
  • 사후세계
  • 가족

Indonesia|2017|106min |Korean Premiere |

Code Time Theater Rate GV Ticketing
139 7/13  16:30 CGV Bucheon 5 15 EVENT
533 7/17  13:30 CGV Bucheon 6 15
1030 7/22  15:30 CGV Sopoong 6 15
139 7/13  16:30CGV Bucheon 5
15  EVENT
533 7/17  13:30CGV Bucheon 6
15
1030 7/22  15:30CGV Sopoong 6
15

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Program Note

Rini looks after her mother, an ex-pop idol who’s been on her deathbed for 3 years, as well as her younger brothers and a grandmother. Upon mother’s passing, her father disappears, leaving Rini in charge of the family in a house by the cemetery. When her mom arises from the dead for the kids, the long-kept secrets of family’s dark past are finally revealed. Satan’s Slaves is a remake of 1980 classic and Joko Anwar pays homage to it brilliantly. He keeps the same time period to convey the film’s key concept of multi-generation family, while his subtle uses of classic Indo-pop on vinyl and shadows enhance its perfectly eerie mood. An apocalyptic end with an onslaught of ghosts, zombies and cultists is where Mr. Anwar really shines, as he handles it convincingly as a throwback to 70s-80s low-budget films. A top-grossing Indonesian film of 2017, the film will finally put him as one of great genre maestro of our time. (Jongsuk Thomas NAM)

Director

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Joko ANWAR

Born in 1976, Medan, Sumatra. While working as a journalist for Jakarta Post, he was appointed as the writer for Arisan! (2003). He then made a successful debut with Joni’s Promise (2005), the No.1 box office hit film of the year.

Credit

Producer Gope T. Samtani
Screenplay Joko Anwar
Cinematographer Ical Tanjung
Editor Arifin Cu‘unk
Music Aghi Narottama, Tony Merle
Production Design Allan Sebastian
Cast Tara Basro, Endy Arfian, Nasar Annuz
Sales CJ Entertainment

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