— Annabel Gallop (@BLMalay) August 15, 2019
Blora – Soesilo Toer, brother of Bumi Manusia’s author Pramoedya Ananta Toer, shared his advice on the adaptation of Bumi Manusia to film with director Hanung Bramantyo.
Soesilo Toer wanted to remind the production team to really grasp the meaning of his brother’s work well. He said, “Bumi Manusia had a huge impact in relation to nationalism.”
“When you read the book, it’s not just a matter of the novel Bumi Manusia only, because it’s tied to our nation’s dignity, below the surface,” explained Soesilo Toer when news site Detik.com visited him at home.
Soesilo didn’t deny that for the majority of people who have only scratched the surface of the legendary novel ‘Bumi Manusia’, they’re going to praise the adaptation. But for those who have read the book and understood its deeper significance, they’re most probably going to be against its adaptation into a movie. (Read more from Falcon Pictures here.)
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Read about Bumi Manusia from GoodReads This Earth of Mankind
Dalam salah satu dari beberapa suratnya kepada saya, Pramoedya A Toer, menulis sepanjang 5 halaman (23/03/1986). Ia curhat macam2, terutama rasa kesepian dan kebosanan. Juga soal 1965.
Di akhir surat dia mengeluhkan tentang masyarakat yang "mengigau tentang kebudayaan asli". pic.twitter.com/Xnd8drDRL2
— Ariel Heryanto (@ariel_heryanto) August 11, 2019
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By Paul Burke
Indonesia has set ambitious targets for adopting renewable energy technologies, including solar power. India serves as a useful model for what is possible, Paul Burke writes.
Indonesia is behind the pack in terms of the adoption of solar power. The world’s fourth most populous country was outside the top 70 countries in terms of total generation of electricity from solar photovoltaics in 2016. (Read more here http://asiapacific.anu.edu.au/news-events/all-stories/chance-lift-indonesias-solar-sector.)
Image credit “Dusk in the Park” (Senja di Taman) By Irsam, 1971 Source: http://www.masterpiece-auction.com/cata/TS/2014/001January/test/pages/L23.htm and https://ziladoc.com/download/fine-art-auction-masterpiece-auction-house-7_pdf cite Mikke Susanto, “Irsam: Decorative Steps” (Irsam: Jejak – jejak Dekoratif) Published by PT Dwi Samapersada, p. 50.