An adaptation of the controversial song "Genjer Genjer." The song's lyrics were about the poverty in Banyuwangi, East Java in 1943. While its subject was about a poor woman picking genjer (a flat-tasting river plant) to sell at the market, the song was used as a rallying theme for the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI). When Suharto took power in 1965, the songwriter was killed and the song banned.
|Producer||Grey Filastine & Nova|
|Director||Astu Prasidya (aka Tooliq)|
|Contact||write the producer|