A young woman, centre of frame, is screaming and looks scared. She is surrounded by darkness.
Pengabdi Setan 2 (2022) PT Rapi Films

17th Indonesian Film Festival Main Screening

Pengabdi Setan 2: Communion

Satan's Slaves 2: Communion

Joko Anwar | Indonesia | 2022 | Unclassified (All Ages)

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Thu 27 Apr 2023

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After going through a horrifying night 4 years ago when their dead mother came back to life and took away her youngest brother, 25-year-old Rini has been living with her other two siblings and their father in a crowded cheap apartment, thinking it’s safer than living in a house by themselves. However, one day a heavy storm hits the area and the apartment becomes isolated from the outside world. Rini and her family find out that everybody’s gone. When the lights go out, an unseen menace creeps in and Rini suddenly finds herself in a life-and-death struggle to save her family and get out of the place alive. But something from the past has an evil plan to keep them there, for an unthinkable sinister scheme.

Join us after the screening for a Q&A session with actor Asmara Abigail (Darminah) from Pengabdi Setan 2. The session will be held virtually via online streaming

Format: DCP, Colour
Language: Indonesian with English Subtitles
Courtesy: PT Rapi Films
Runtime: 119 mins

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119 mins


Unclassified (All Ages)

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