After The Curfew
DFI Cinema - Doha Film Institute
Set in the aftermath of Indonesia's struggle for independence, ‘After the Curfew’ delves into the complex psyche of a former revolutionary. This poignant drama, directed by Usmar Ismail, explores themes of disillusionment and the moral cost of war. As the protagonist navigates a society in transition, the film portrays a gripping narrative of personal conflict, societal expectations, and the quest for peace in a newly independent nation.