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Indonesia saw a rise in films on LGBT issues in the early 2000s, and many were well received by critics and moviegoers alike. But now, filmmakers are more reluctant to make such films as they tend to be met with public controversy and industry hesitancy. The representation of the LGBT community in the country has been affected.
Multimedia Reporter: Ramadani Saputra
Multimedia Editor: Kharishar Kahfi