You can use the best cinematic film on August 17, 2022, as a reference for watching with your family. An interesting storyline can add insight as well.
The celebration of August 17th is synonymous with competition. However, there is nothing wrong with watching the August 17, 2022 edition of the cinema.
Launching from various sources, Sunday (14/8/2022), here are the recommendations for the best films related to Indonesian Independence Day.
Best Cinematography August 17, 2022 Edition
- The Enlightenment (2010)
Sang Enlightenment is a film directed by Hanung Bramantyo, taken from the true story of KH Ahmad Dahlan, which tells the story of the founder of Muhammadiyah. This film involves star players such as Lukman Sardi, Yati Surachman, Giring Ganesha, Zaskia Adya Mecca, to Sujiwo Tejo.
The story is interesting and has a deep meaning about the values of the struggle against the invaders, plus correcting erroneous teachings about religious understanding in the village. In 2010, this film received an award at the 12th Jakarta International Film Festival (JIFFest) for its interesting story and deep meaning about the values of struggle.
- Soekarno (2013)
The film, played by Ario Bayu and starring Lukman Sardi and Maudy Koesnaedi, tells the story of Soekarno’s life journey. The film, which requires scenes of struggle value, has a duration of 137 minutes.
The storyline is so slick, in 2014 it won the Praised Film award at the Bandung Film Festival. With the value of the spirit of fighting for independence, this film is perfect for enjoying it with family.
- Tjokroaminoto (2015)
This film was directed by Garin Nugroho, with well-known actors such as Reza Rahadian, Christine Hakim, Didi Petet, and Sujiwo Tejo. This film tells the story of a nation’s teacher who has succeeded in educating the nation’s leaders.
- Battle of Surabaya (2015)
The Battle of Surabaya film is a 2-dimensional animation, different from the previous two films. This film is directed by Aryanto Yuniawan, and produced by MSV Pictures.
The film Battle of Surabaya tells the story of Musa, a shoe polisher, a courier for the Suroboyo Arek fighters, in the battle of November 10, 1945. This film received various awards.
- Kartini (2017)
The film Kartini was released around the middle of 2017, and was produced by Hanung Bramantyom which presents female emancipation fighters with brave, strong, and intelligent faces.
Got roles from Dian Sastrowardoyo, Deddy Sutomo, Christine Hakim, Acha Septriasa, Ayushita, Reza Rahadian and Adinia Wirasti. Kartini’s film won the Best Supporting Female Actor award at the 2017 Indonesian Film Festival.
- Sultan Agung: Throne, Struggle, Love (2018)
This film tells the story of Sultan Agung, played by Ario Bayu who is brave and ambitious. Also his courage to oppose the VOC by attacking Batavia directly.
The film, which was released in 2018, also has a responsibility to unite the dukes of Java who were divided due to the VOC. Sultan Agung struggles to protect his homeland, and must be willing to sacrifice his true love Lembayung, played by Putri Marino, is forced to marry a noble woman who is not his choice.
- Earth of Man (2019)
The last is the film Bumi Manusia, directed by Hanung Bramantyo, starring Iqbal Ramadhan and Mawar de Jongh. This film has won various awards such as Praised Director, Praised Screenplay, Praised Actor, at the Bandung Film Festival.
This film is adapted from the novel by Pramoedya Ananta Toer, entitled Bumi Manusia. The story of a young man named Minke who falls in love with Annelies, a woman of Dutch and Native descent.