Award-Winning Indonesian Mystery Thriller ‘Photocopier’ New Trailer
by Alex Billington
January 13, 2022
“Who took that photo of me?” Netflix has unveiled a trailer for an Indonesian thriller titled Photocopier, which is now available to watch on Netflix worldwide (in most countries) as of today. The film premiered at last year’s Busan Film Festival, then won a bunch of awards at Festival Film Indonesia – including Best Film, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and others. After losing her scholarship when photos of her at a party surface online, a student pairs with a photocopy worker to piece together what happened. “Will she see light at the end of the tunnel?” It seems like the deeper she gets, the more trouble she stirs up. Only because she just wants to find out what really happened. Another of these tragic stories about a young woman. Starring Shenina Syawalita Cinnamon as Sur, Chicco Kurniawan, Lutesha, Jerome Kurnia, Dea Panendra, and Giulio Parengkuan. This looks tragic, but the style is damn good.
Here’s the official trailer (+ posters) for Wregas Bhanuteja’s Photocopier, direct from YouTube:
When photos of her at a party cause her to lose a scholarship, Suryani (Shenina Syawalita Cinnamon) was determined to speak out about what happened to her, investigating the truth behind what happened that night. Will she see light at the end of the tunnel…? Photocopier, originally known as Penyalin Cahaya in Indonesian, is written and directed by up-and-coming Indonesian filmmaker Wregas Bhanuteja, making his feature directorial debut after a number of short films previously. It’s produced by Ajish Dibyo and Adi Ekatama. This first premiered at the 2021 Busan Film Festival in Korea last year. Netflix debuts Bhanuteja’s Photocopier streaming through Netflix starting January 13th, 2022 this winter. Who wants to watch it?