Soloevent.id – The life story of the great king of Mataram, Sultan Agung, was filmed in Sultan Agung: Throne, Struggle, and Love. This colossal drama film teaches about history, struggle, and the spirit of life.
The following interesting facts about the film Sultan Agung:
Largest Colossal Film in Indonesia
Sultan Agung: Throne, Struggle, and Love are the biggest colossal films in Indonesia. The film, directed by Hanung Bramantyo, reportedly cost as much as 15 billion in the manufacturing process.
Involving Many Supporting Artists
This film turns out to involve a lot of extras, you. There are 500 to 600 people involved and are still “cloned” to tens of thousands. They acted as Mataram Kingdom troops who carried out the invasion of the VOC in Batavia.
Shooting done at the Nature Studio
“Hollywood mini” in Gamplong Village, Moyudan Subdistrict, Sleman Regency, is setting for the Sultan Agung movie. The super large natural studio was deliberately built by Hanung Bramantyo and the crew and was assisted directly by the Gamplong residents for almost a year. Hanung also collaborated with a reliable designer, Allan Sebastian, to build this studio. Now, Gamplong Studio Alam is an educational tour and barometer of Indonesian films.
Conducting Deep Research
The totality of the players and the film crew of Sultan Agung deserve thumbs up. The crew conducted in-depth research on the history of Mataram. They also held discussions with the Solo, Yogyakarta, and independent historians. The players also studied ancient Javanese traditions and culture.
Based on true story
Sultan Agung: Tahta, Perjuangan, dan Cinta Movie are based on the true story of the life of the King of Mataram who has the real name of Sultan Agung Hanyokrokusumo. This film not only offers an interesting storyline but is also full of the values of Sultan Agung’s struggle to protect the people from the VOC colony.