MOVIE ABOUT IN­DONE­SIAN PEACE­KEEP­ING CON­TIN­GENT TO PREMIERE IN DE­CEM­BER

The Jakarta Post - JPlus - - Lifestyle -

A quite rare movie about an In­done­sian Mil­i­tary (TNI) troop dur­ing a round of duty in Le­banon as part of the UN peace­keep­ing force is slated for launch on Dec. 15.

Star­ring Rio De­wanto and Yama Car­los, I Leave My Heart in Le­banon fol­lows In­done­sian peace­keep­ing con­tin­gent Garuda XXIII and its cap­tain Sa­tria as they face many chal­lenges, in­clud­ing res­cu­ing a Span­ish sol­dier who is be­ing held hostage by Hezbol­lah. The story also of­fers some ro­mance when Sa­tria meet Ra­nia, an el­e­men­tary school teacher who vis­its schools to pro­vide health checks.

As re­ported by An­tara news agency, the film, which was filmed in both In­done­sia and Le­banon, seeks to pro­mote In­done­sia’s peace­keep­ing work and ac­com­plish­ments in in­ter­na­tional fo­rums.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Indonesia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.