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Indonesian Suzzanna Movies
Topic Started: Dec 12 2015, 11:43 AM (10,431 Views)
Kothar
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and now two movies that are not on your list

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Tuan Tanah Kedawung (1970) - Malaysia vcd

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Bernafas Dalam Lumpur (1970) - malaysia vcd
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These covers are familiar....did I found them for you?
Most of them should still be not too difficult to find. I'll check what's left once I'll be in Malaysia
Edited by jnfernal, Jan 14 2016, 08:54 AM.
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There's an English dubbed print of Samson dan Delilah / Samson and Delilah on VHS somewhere. Member-X had it. I think it was from Taiwan or Mainland China. He sold it for peanuts if I remember correctly (and no, it wasn't me. I was flat out broke). :(
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Jan 14 2016, 09:42 PM
There's an English dubbed print of Samson dan Delilah / Samson and Delilah on VHS somewhere. Member-X had it. I think it was from Taiwan or Mainland China. He sold it for peanuts if I remember correctly (and no, it wasn't me. I was flat out broke). :(

South Korean tape. A clip from it.
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check here for some titles I can find. But I'll be one week only here in Malaysia, so be fast:

http://s9.zetaboards.com/THE_CINEHOUND_FORUM/topic/7463119/1/#new
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Spanish tape of the Suzzanna movie

Sangkariang

1982 :: Legend :: 97 minutes

Producer: Sabirin Kasdani
Director: Sisworo Gautama Putra
Writer: I Sukardjasman, RA Kosasih
Cast: Suzanna, Baun Gazali, Ratno Timoer, Ryan Hidayat, Clift Sangra
Language Bahasa

Synopsis
Too lazy to pick up her sewing kit, Dayang Sumbi swears an oath: whoever helps her pick up her sewing kit, will be made her husband. Lengser, a kingdom officer, picks it up for her. Sumbiís father, the playboy, King Prabangkara, is furious when he hears that Sumbi is pregnant. The king puts a curse on Lengser and he turns into a dog. Sumbi is banished to the forest. Jaka Sona is born. The boy is always accompanied by Tumang the dog, whom he doesnít recognise as his own father. When Sumbi requests for a deerís heart, Jaka starts to look for it and is upset when he cannot find any deer. He starts to intimidate the dog and the arrow is accidentally shot. Tumang dies and transforms back to a man. Jaka takes out his heart and gives it to Sumbi. When she finds out that Tumang is dead, Sumbi is furious and banishes Jaka. The boy later resides in a cave. There, he listens to a magical voice, meditates for nine years, receives supernatural power and becomes Sangkuriang. He descends from the mountain to help the people who are oppressed by Prabangkara, his grandfather. He can only find his motherís grave. Sangkuriang fights the king and his soldiers, and later meets Larasati, resembles Sumbi. They fall in love. But then Larasati aka Sumbi, who is in disguise in order to hide from her father, finally recognises Sangkuriang as her son from a scar on his head. Sumbi reveals herself as his mother. Sangkuriang doesnít believe her, especially when she refuses to reveal the name of his father. When Sangkuriang keeps insisting on marrying her, Sumbi agrees on several conditions: Sangkuriang has to block the Citarum river, build her a pond and also a boat. All her conditions are met. He even has to fight Prabangkara throughout until the king is dead. Sumbiís plan fails. Sangkuriang keeps insisting on marrying her. When he tries to kiss Sumbi, she turns into a flower. Sangkuriang is remorseful. He kicks away the finished boat and it becomes the mountain of Tangkuban Perahu.

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I compared the spanish vhs with the indonesian vcd.
the vcd has a runtime of 89:07min, the vhs runs 94:39min
I made some random screenshots to compare the image quality of the 2 versions.
the vhs has clearer colors also the ratio is "more" 16:9.
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the vhs contains a scene that is not on the vcd, starts 57:16 / ends 1:01:58.
on the vcd the scene starts on cd2 10:52
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Probably too raunchy for modern day sensitive Indonesian morality.
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Probably too raunchy for modern day sensitive Indonesian morality.
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Morality in Indonesia is just like a fresh, crystal lake in the middle of Sahara desert...at least big towns are probably the places and people with less morality I have ever seen in 54+ countries so far...it looks like it is a big honour and advertising for their culture....
also in the guesthouse where I usually go, all the staff was asking me, everytime I was going out or coming back: "are you going to fuck some girls?" "did you fuck some girls today?"
Sometimes I wonder if they are really aware that this is not the best way to promote their culture. But it seems they like it so much, they know all the foreigners like it too and in general everybody is happy with that. Indonesians are very funny, happy and easy going people: being a culture fully immersed in casual and hyperactive sex seems really playing a big role in their culture, and they feel absolutely no shame or guilt or sense of sin in it. Of course with dramatic cons: hiv, abortions, rape violence, divorces, child mothers and in general marriages which are just simply coverages in front of the society.
Personally, I found it being too much excessive. Completely without any limit, without any limiy at all.

You can talk with people, you can say "yes, indonesians are very pretty"...they just look at one girl passing, they call her: "hey, this foreigner says that he loves indonesian girls, come here, fuck with him"....and they come, and surprisingly most of times they start talking and being serious about it....they really think i (or them) were serious about it....it's like they don't even have a slight idea of the meaning of "random and casual sex" and its consequencies.

One of the most popular drinks in Indonesia - and among indonesian immigrants in Malaysia is Jamu, a sort of drink made with herbs...it may have different purposes: one variant is working just like viagra. They drink it several times per day because, as one of my best indonesian friends said "it's always time to have sex...whenever you want you must be ready"....

and they are proud to say "we have the easiest women in the world and the horniest ones"... I talked with hundred of people, females, men, old, young, riches and poors, traditionals and modern, downtown and in suburbs, and at one point (quite soon) the question they ALL made to me was always one only: "do you wanna have sex with me?"
you should go to Jakarta or Bandung or Jogjakarta to see how sex occupies 99% of their daily thoughts (and practices)....may like it or not. I don't, to be honest. There is no limit, overthere. Absolutely no limits.
Maybe in countryside is a little bit different. But in town....funny people but absolutely with zero limit of sexual boundaries and even less morality.

And religion: officially 99% of indonesians are muslim. Officially. But in Jawa I saw a lot of black magic rites and animistic rites, they still believe in black magic and most of marriages are forced through threats of black magic (unfortunately this story involves my personal story with a girl that I liked so much, too....) and...well, islam is in huge areas of Indonesia just a coverage. People will never refuse to believe in their original traditions, their spirits, ghosts and devils. They are muslim because somebody told them to be muslim, but in their heart they still believe in the ancient rituals. And not only a few part of the population.

Strange, strange people indeed. Probably among the most "naive", pure, innocent and instinctive people you can ever find on the face of earth

Edited by jnfernal, Jan 16 2017, 06:43 PM.
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I uploaded the scene on youtube
https://youtu.be/gnLVtFY_8u8


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Thanks for that, Tom.
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