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Indonesia series, part 3

By Clea Broadhurst

In the northern province of Aceh in Indonesia, cinemas have been closed following the imposition of Sharia law. In the capital Banda Aceh the only way to watch a film on a big screen is if a public screening is organized by authorities. Films that show nudity or sex scenes are strictly forbidden. RFI’s Clea Broadhurst reports.

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