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The capital Jakarta, Indonesia.
Jakarta is lit up by an earthquake light after the earthquake at 7:07pm local time (23:07 GMT) on Monday, July 11, 2017 in Jakarta, on the outskirts of Jakarta, capital of Indonesia.
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More than 1,600 people have been killed in the Indonesia earthquake, with many more injured.
The city of 1.2 million was rocked by an epicenter of 6.5 magnitude and at least 40 people were killed.
As the earthquake triggered landslides, the government was forced to cancel the national national day of mourning, which was planned for Wednesday.
The earthquake is believed to have been triggered by an underground fault on the island of Sulawesi.
Kathleen Seyfried, the film’s executive producer, told the Associated Press that the movie was not a documentary about the earthquake but rather an exploration of a topic that many Indonesians are not familiar with.
“We wanted to give people an opportunity to understand this devastating event, to really take a look at it from the point of view of a human being,” she said.
Seyfried said the film was inspired by her own family’s experiences as parents and grandparents.
In a statement, Sey Friedman said: “I believe that a film like this is essential to the human race because the human spirit is very powerful.
It allows us to connect to our own emotions and to our environment.
And it’s one of the reasons we survive.
I hope that people are inspired to engage with this topic, to take the time to think about the impact it’s having on their own families, their own communities, and their own lives.”
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