There’s a cool new wave of Indonesian horror that seems as if it’s about to crest and Belenggu definitely looks as though its keeping up its ened of the bargain in terms of quality. The film, directed by Upi will be premiering soon at the PIFAN festival in Korea.
In the film, “Elang, who lives in a flat, is often haunted by images of bizarre murders involving a killer with a rabbit costume. His efforts to solve the mistery and save the lives of the people he presumed in danger, has in turn trapped him in a downward spiral and he became a suspect himself. In proving his innocence, he will be forced to unveil a horrible and long-buried secret.”
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