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When the team was asked to describe Gundala, Marissa (Anita) said that Gundala was a manly character. Interestingly, Joko (Anwar) felt that the film was kind of feminist, although he did not explain any further. Meanwhile, Abimana (Aryasatya) said the film displayed "our anxieties." As the person who is the main focus of Gundala, Abimana also said the film "is a reflection of us."
Watch cast members (hilariously) try to answer questions about Gundala from Joko Anwar. (JP/Wienda Parwitasari)