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An Indonesian student in London attempts to deal with the absurdity of confinement and immobility due to the ongoing coronavirus lockdown by talking to his parents – who also face the similar movement restrictions in Jakarta – over the phone.
Moses Parlindungan, the filmmaker and the subject of the work, is an Indonesian journalist currently studying documentary filmmaking at University College London.
Moses filmed and edited memory/fortress in April 2020.