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00:00:02
>> No need to splash out for a night out in this poor Indonesian neighborhood, film and karaoke comes to the locals in Depok City. Entrepreneur puts on vintage movies for weddings and parties, salvaging 35mm film as theaters go digital in the country. Not only is it affordable for residents, it's also a chance to experience some Bollywood classics and the locals seem to love it.
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>> This is a traditional form of our culture that we should preserve. Nowadays, teenagers don't know anything about this kind of theater, they only know about modern movies.>> Bollywood is massive in Indonesia, especially on the Java and Bali islands where Indian culture influences music and dance. That's where 66 year old Boodie Huntoro comes in.
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He's been peddling his karaoke bar tricycle around the neighborhood for five years now. When he pulls onto the curb, it's a chance for people to let loose at a low budget.>> I had fun just like the rest of the community. It keeps us amused when we are bored and sometimes exhausted.
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>> Huntoro earns about $8 a day but he says that's enough for him to fulfill the motto printed on his cart, eliminate depression and create joy.