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Short Documentary Film: The Eagles' Eyes

Published: Sep 10, 2016

ReelOzInd! Australia Indonesia Short Film Competition and Festival presents

Documentary | 10 minutes | Wisnu Dewa Broto (Director/ Screenwriter), Stephanie Pascalita Gunawan (Producer) | Indonesia |2016

Uneven development centralized in the major cities, sees Melky and his friends from Eastern Indonesia seek jobs in Jakarta, a city strange to them. Here they are confronted with stereotypes and find their employment options are limited.

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