Kelab Seni Filem Malaysia in collaboration with Wayang Budiman presents
The Ronggeng Dancer / Nji Ronggeng
Nji Ronggeng takes a popular film genre (melodrama) and uses it as a framework for the representation of a traditional folk dance and its social context. The film, set in West Java in the 1930s, draws extensively upon local folk traditions sometimes modifying or amplifying them for purposes of the plot, which centres on the rivalry between two sons of local village heads. Both seek the hand of a Ronggeng dancer who holds a disadvantaged social position. One of the earliest feature films made in colour in Indonesia.
Genre: History, Drama
Release Year: 1969
Director: Alam Surawidjaya
Cast: Chitra Dewi, Dicky Zulkarnaen, Sandy Suardi Hasan.
Running Time: 117 Minutes
Language: Bahasa Indonesia with English Subtitles
Doors open at 7pm
Film starts at 7:45pm
Admission is Free