The Snake Queen Trailer

The Snake Queen Trailer (1982)

01 January 1982 Fantasy, Horror 82 mins

Rd Cokro, a wealthy businessman, obtains his wealth through the help of Nyi Blorong, the daughter of Nyi Roro Kidul, believed to be the ruler of the south seas. In return, he sacrifices his loved ones - his wife and one of his children. Nyi Blorong demands for another sacrifice so Cokro offers her the boyfriend of his daughter. Nyi Blorong is infatuated with this handsome man. Cokro’s daughter is disappointed and in her dream, she learns about the source of her problem. Then she receives help from a cleric to destroy Nyi Blorong. (catalogue.filmindonesia.or.id)

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Cast

Suzzanna

as Snake Queen / Devi

Barry Prima

as Andika

Ratno Timoer

as Kokoro

George Rudy

as Johan

International Titles

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International Releases Dates

Indonesia 01 January 1982

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