Screening “Solo, Solitude” (“Istirahatlah Kata-Kata”)

“With such a potent mix of melancholy and silent madness, Solo, Solitude… offers a poignant reflection of humanity drawn from the turbulent recent histories of Southeast Asia” Clarence Tsui, The Hollywood Reporter July 1996, riots break out in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital. Wiji Thukul, a well-known poet, is designed as a suspect activist. With the police looking for him, Wiji is forced to leave Solo … Continue reading Screening “Solo, Solitude” (“Istirahatlah Kata-Kata”)