In Taipei, a movie theater is closing, but not before one final film is shown – “Dragon Inn,” a 1967 actioner and the source of nostalgia for the moviegoers and employees in the old, decrepit and possibly haunted building. The workers include eccentric projectionist Hsiao-Kang and a crippled cashier. The patrons include a Japanese tourist and two ghostly actors from the original film who have come to mourn the passing of an era. (Letterboxd)
Entry: 35,000 IDR (for drinks and coffee)
- ‘The After Hours’ is a program that runs on weeknights, mainly focusing on 20th-century gems. The goal is to encourage Jakartans to tweak their work-gossip-complain-work lifestyle to something more substantial to dig (well..once in a while). The films are mostly 100 mins or less but with no subsequent official discussion. We guarantee you’d have a good course of topic to talk about with colleagues the next day. If not, then we fail.
-Notes for attendees: The After Hours has 'first come first serve policy'. So if you are on the waiting list you can still watch the movie as long as you come early/on time to attend the screening. Also, after 08.15 pm we won't accept anymore guest because we do not want our attendees who come on time to be disturbed while watching the movie.