Set in 1896, Tjoet Nja Dhien celebrates one of Indonesia's great heroes who fought for independence from the Dutch. The pious Muslim people of Aceh, a city that had flourished since ancient times as a trade port, enter into a fierce war with the Dutch. Tjoet Nja 'Dhien, the widow of a rebel leader operating in Aceh in Sumatra, assumes the leadership when her husband Teuku Uma is killed in an ambush. 'Dhien's charismatic presence and power of survival motivate the locals to join and later continue their opposition to the Dutch. Despite personal obstacles, she remained in the thick of the struggle for ten years. [IMDB] - Tjoet Nja' Dhien was released to critical acclaim, winning 9 Citra Awards as well as Best International Film at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival. It also became Indonesia's submission to the 62nd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
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