Set in an Indonesian suburban middle-class neighborhood, Udin’s Inferno tells a story about a 12-year-old kid named Udin, who got traumatized after reading a comic book about a depiction of hell torture. In the book, Udin sees a very graphic and disturbing violent depiction of tormented sinners that haunts him throughout the day. One of the sinners in the book is a person who got a tattoo in his life. One of his friends mocks Udin, portraying Udin’s father as the tattooed person in the book, a guy who got tattoos all over his body. Udin thinks if he can manage to erase his father’s tattoo, he can save himself and his father from entering hell in the afterlife. Udin tries all efforts to erase his father’s tattoo which he obviously fails and cannot deal with. He got even more haunted by his own depiction of hell not only when he was awake, but also in his sleep. In the end, his fears and trauma turn into a nightmare.
|CGV Grand Indonesia||Minggu, November 21 2021||16 : 40 - Audi 3|