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The Indonesian Film that Remade the End of ‘Friday the 13th’ Scene by Scene

“Srigala” was produced when foreign ‘rip-offs’ were common

Where have I seen this before? Digital artwork on the final scene of “Srigala” (credit: FMG)

During the good ol’ days, countries with lenient copyright laws (or no copyright law at all) used to produce their own versions of Hollywood blockbusters. That’s how legends like “Korkusuz” (1986), known in the United States as “Turkish

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Felipe M. Guerra

Felipe M. Guerra

Journalist, independent filmmaker and a sick person. I write about cinema at https://filmesparadoidos.blogspot.com, and in here about films, books and comics.

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