Dluwang: the Past from the Trash

Runtime : 20 mins

Genre : Documentary

Vote Rating : 5/10

Budget : 10 thousand $ USD

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Plot : Toni is one of the figures who works in Klithikan flea market every day, either as a merchant or customer. His secondhand goods are those that are closely related to old papers. He often found historical documents or evidence out of the market. The klithikan’s goods are known as abandoned goods or trash. And the film talks about historical goods from trashes.

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