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    XXI Indonesia horror culture is syncretic, mythological, and imbued with folk mysticism

    This is partly due to the fact that the country is extremely heterogeneous in religious, territorial and ethnic relations. As a result, the national culture of horror has been shaped by the strangest and darkest images and practices of different regions and peoples, mixed in the political cauldron of the newly formed unified Indonesian nation.

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    Mystical Indonesia in xxi indo movies

    Modern Indonesian culture (cinema, music and literature) is very original and dynamic. This has happened historically: over the past seventy years, the country has experienced decolonization, occupation, an attempt to build national communism, a military anti-communist dictatorship, and a kind of “corrupt Nepalese quasi-democracy”. You can’t start a conversation about Indonesian cinema without introducing the reader to a brief introduction to the history of this country.

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    However, the national horror cinema has been strongly unified and mainly focused on the “classic”. Asian theme of ghosts. This attraction to Asian cliches, combined with a fairly high quality of shooting, good camerawork and good dialogues, as a result, led to the fact that many modern Indonesian horror films (“Setan Budeg”, “Air terjun pengantin”) are not much different from South Korean samples.

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    What you didn’t know about jadwal xxi films

    In Indonesian horror films, the shamanic theme is often played out, and most often the evil forces are not defeated by the heroes, as in Western movies, but rather by “guides of good forces” and supporters of light magic. This is partly due to the fact that ideas of individualism are not widely spread in Indonesia and there is almost no image of a lone hero. The consciousness of Indonesians is collective and archaic.

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    Eye for eye- Bioskop Indonesia cinema

    Asian cinema stands apart from the usual cinema. Asian horrors are not mediocre. They are either fiercely scary: with a terrifying atmosphere, with depressing music, with the most unimaginable angles of shooting and with really frightening monsters and special effects, quite simple, but spectacular. Or terrible: illogical, drawn-out, full of cliches, with nasty sounds.