Red and White


War films

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Time Out rating:

<strong>Rating: </strong><span class='lf-avgRating'>2</span>/5

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Time Out says

Tue Nov 2 2010

This cliché-ridden war story from Indonesian director Yadi Sugandi suggests that the Dutch occupation of Indonesia in the post-war period played out like a tawdry TV movie made with the help of a dressing-up box and lots of fake blood and fireworks. Three central protagonists meet at training camp, and, divided by class and belief, hate each other. The anonymous automatons of the Dutch Army later launch a surprise attack while the still-naive troops are on furlough (slow-dancing to Glenn Miller in the middle of the jungle). The second hour of the film sees a series of small skirmishes and the cadets discover that war is a great social leveller. This may be anchored in intricate historical detail, but shots of a Indonesian rebel punching the air, shouting ‘Freedom!’ in front of a flaming lorry make it difficult to take seriously.


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Release details

UK release:

Fri Nov 5, 2010


108 mins

Cast and crew


Yadi Sugandi


Yadi Sugandi


Doni Alamsyah, Rahayu Saraswati, Lukman Sardi

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