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Solo, Solitude


約瑟.安基.紐安 Yosep Anggi Noen | 2016 | 印尼 Indonesia | 彩色 Colour | 98 min

★ 2017 鹿特丹影展 IFFR

★ 2017 台北電影節 TFF

★ 2016 印尼日惹奈派克亞洲電影節金哈奴曼獎 JAFF

★ 2016 盧卡諾影展 Locarno Film Festival

△ 放映場次 Schedule

▎10.03 SAT. 15:00  ▎

+ 19:30 // 專題講座 //【草根之歌:詩人維吉.圖庫爾】羅浩原





Wiji Thukul is an Indonesian poet who was arrested in 1996 in the wake of riots in Jakarta. His poems were chanted by protesters in public squares. Accused by the Suharto regime of being one of the ringleaders, Thukul flees his home in Solo, leaving behind his wife Sipon and two children. He hides in Borneo for eight months, thanks to the generosity of strangers, and continues to write under a pen name. He then goes missing. Thukul, who remains missing today, continues to be celebrated for his poetry and writings critical of the Suharto regime. Director Yosep Anggi Noen centers the film on Thukul's loneliness while in Borneo, which is echoed by readings of the poet's work.

導演 Director | 約瑟.安基.紐安 Yosep Anggi Noen


Filmmaker, producer, teacher and screenwriter Yosep Anggi Noen (b. 1983) started making films in high school, and studied at the Asian Film Academy. His short film "A Lady Caddy Who Never Saw a Hole In One" won best short film at Busan IFF 2013, while his feature-length drama "The Science of Fiction received a Best Film nomination at the 2019 Locarno International Film Festival.

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