Hustlers (2019)
110 min|Comedy, Crime, Drama|13 Sep 2019
6.3Rating: 6.3 / 10 from 107,929 usersMetascore: 79
Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article, Hustlers follows a crew of savvy former strip club employees who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.

Ini menjadi ulasan saya yang tersingkat. Tidak habis pikir, apa yang mau dikomentari soal film Hustlers. Ini bukan soal filmnya. Film unik bertema striptis yang secara estetik begitu indah dengan teknik editingnya (perpaduan musik) serta performa apik para pemain utamanya, di-RUSAK oleh guntingan sensor dan “teknik” blur sepanjang film. Memang, kisahnya tidak terganggu tapi sensornya sangat mengganggu kenyamanan menonton. Sangat menyedihkan sekali. Film ini sudah memiliki rating 21+. Untuk apa ditayangkan di teater jika masih saja disensor demikian hebat?

Saya ingin mengutip kalimat brilian dari filmnya: “Dunia kita saat ini layaknya pertunjukan striptis. Ada yang menari dan ada yang melempar (memberi) uang”. Tak ada untungnya kita melempar uang untuk film ini. Tidak di sini.

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A lifelong cinephile, he cultivated a deep interest in film from a young age. Following his architectural studies, he embarked on an independent exploration of film theory and history. His passion for cinema manifested in 2006 when he began writing articles and film reviews. This extensive experience subsequently led him to a teaching position at the esteemed Television and Film Academy in Yogyakarta. From 2003 to 2019, he enriched the minds of students by instructing them in Film History, Introduction to Film Art, and Film Theory. His scholarly pursuits extended beyond the classroom. In 2008, he published his seminal work, "Understanding Film," which delves into the core elements of film, both narrative and cinematic. The book's enduring value is evidenced by its second edition, released in 2018, which has become a cornerstone reference for film and communication academics across Indonesia. His contributions extend beyond his own authorship. He actively participated in the compilation of the Montase Film Bulletin Compilation Book Volumes 1-3 and "30 Best Selling Indonesian Films 2012-2018." Further solidifying his expertise, he authored both "Horror Film Book: From Caligari to Hereditary" (2023) and "Indonesian Horror Film: Rising from the Grave" (2023). His passion for film extends to the present day. He continues to provide insightful critiques of contemporary films on montasefilm.com, while actively participating in film production endeavors with the Montase Film Community. His own short films have garnered critical acclaim at numerous festivals, both domestically and internationally. Recognizing his exceptional talent, the 2022 Indonesian Film Festival shortlisted his writing for Best Film Criticism (Top 15). His dedication to the field continues, as he currently serves as a practitioner-lecturer for Film Criticism and Film Theory courses at the Yogyakarta Indonesian Institute of the Arts' Independent Practitioner Program.

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