Sinematek: A struggling home historical films
The Jakarta Post
In a cold, dark basement, a treasure — some 2,700 old and new films — lays on rows of shelves in silence, waiting for a chance to hit the big screen once again.
When the door to the basement floor was opened, a strange odor hit the nostrils.
The room, some 100 square meters in size, is home to extensive film collections, including those dating back to the 1940s. The collections a...
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