An Indonesian Classic in a New Light: A Conversation on the Landmark Restoration of After the Curfew
Two key figures in the pathbreaking project, Lisabona Rahman and Lintang Gitomartoyo, discuss its significance for Indonesian cinema, the challenges they faced while working on it, and the legacy of the film’s director, Usmar Ismail.
Martin Scorsese’s World Cinema Project No. 3
After the Curfew: A Nation of Dead Ends
In this masterpiece from the father of modern Indonesian cinema, Usmar Ismail, a violent military culture grips the nation in the years following a brutal revolution.