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Tamu Agung (1955)

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An impending visit from a VIP causes chaos and confusion in the small, isolated village of Sukaslamet. Things take a hilarious turn when the herbal medicine seller is mistaken for the ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Cassin Abbas
Nina Amora
M. Pandji Anom
Citra Dewi
Kuntjung
Tina Melinda
Hassan Sanusi
Sulastri
Udjang
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An impending visit from a VIP causes chaos and confusion in the small, isolated village of Sukaslamet. Things take a hilarious turn when the herbal medicine seller is mistaken for the exalted guest and is accorded a ceremonial welcome in the most elaborate Javanese style. Written by L.H. Wong <as9401k56@ntuvax.ntu.ac.sg>

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Beware of spoiler!!!

This is a funny movie about a medicine peddler who is falsely regarded as an exalted guest from the government. The main character who is portrait as a playboy and give inspiring speech, is a caricature of Bung Harto, the first president of Indonesia. It's amazing that the movie didn't get banned because of the political issues hidden behind it. It talk about mass politic at that time, feminism, and poor rural area Although it's black and white, but it's still very enjoyable with some musical number and a decent plot. If you can connect it with Indonesia political and economical situation in 1950s, it become much more interesting


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