Cempaka will pass the weapon to one of her students. Merah Dara, Kala Biru, and Daya Gerhana were all children of rivals that Cempaka were forced to kill while the youngest disciple Angin, was abandoned. The rest of the cast look quite great with a minimal amount of wirework for more complicated acrobatic moves and impact shots. It's nothing that any martial arts fans heck, any film fan hasn't seen a hundred or more times before, the The Golden Cane Warrior manages to be unexpectedly compelling in its treatment of this oft told tale. Of her acolytes, she deemed Dara Eva Celia Latjuba the only one worthy of these gifts.
Dara is seen as one of the younger disciples who has a range of emotions from fear of not being worthy to avenger. During the selection of her successor the keeper is killed and two disciples go on the run in an attempt to locate the only other person who has completed the training on how to use the secret moves Golden Cane technique and extract their revenge. Cempaka will pass the weapon to one of her students. Despite the fact that enterprising creatives have been making movies in Indonesia since at least the mid 1920s, few if any of the island nation's efforts have really resonated worldwide. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy. The Golden Cane: a relic of incomparable force, coveted by all. However Dara's real goal is to learn the Golden Cane technique, something that Cempaka was not able to impart to her before certain other events intervened.
Master Cempaka, an elderly female martial arts master known as the Golden Cane Warrior, had taken in four disciples. However, only one of her acolytes can assume the mantle of Golden Cane Warrior, and therein lies some of the drama that the film explores. The Golden Cane Warrior never shirks in the action department, but it's a curiously ruminative affair for films of this ilk, starting with its meditation delivered via voiceover about what it means to be a warrior, where only one combatant can walk away with their life still intact. The result is truly a nod to films such as The One-Armed Swordsman and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon , in terms of a complementary mix of drama and martial arts action. The Golden Cane: a relic of incomparable force, coveted by all.
The Golden Cane Warrior 2014 The Golden Cane Warrior Blu-ray delivers great video and superb audio in this enjoyable Blu-ray release No synopsis for The Golden Cane Warrior. Writers: Jujur Prananto, Mira Lesmana, Ifa Isfansyah, and Seno Gumira Ajidarma. While she is not in the film for long, Christine Hakim truly makes the most of her screen time as the elder Master Cempaka, who narrates the beginning of the film with a walk across the land to see various martial arts schools and informing us of her four disciples. In Indonesian with English subtitles. For more about The Golden Cane Warrior and the The Golden Cane Warrior Blu-ray release, see the published by Jeffrey Kauffman on November 4, 2015 where this Blu-ray release scored 3. Murder and betrayal occurs before the martial world know.
Widescreen; Soundtrack: Indonesian; Subtitles: English. That perhaps peculiar dialectic actually helps to reinforce a kind of humility that underpins characters like Cempaka and Dara, warriors who smite foes but who then offer mercy to the families of the fallen. Their only hope to restore order lies in finding the elusive White Dragon, the only remaining pupil still equipped to unlock the mysteries of the Golden Cane. And for that, it has to be done right, because nobody will pay to watch something like what our television industry currently makes. The only person who can help take over the Golden Cane is the White Dragon Warrior, former spouse of Cempaka, which has long disappeared.
Country: Other Asia Status: Released: Genre: ;. And with it, the training of a technique so unrivaled, it vanquishes all who dare oppose its power. Meanwhile, Dara and Angin are rescued by the mysterious Elang. Turns out it is Indonesian. Golden Cane fall into the wrong hands and can not be avoided, chaos ensued. Cempaka, a respected warrior and highly respected in the world of martial is a great holder of lethal weapons, Golden Cane. Meanwhile, Biru and Gerhana have made their plans known to take over the martial world by kidnapping Angin.
Stylish actioner from Indonesia co-stars Tara Basro, Nicholas Saputra, Reza Rahadian. Their only hope to restore order lies in finding the elusive White Dragon, the only remaining pupil still equipped to unlock the mysteries of the Golden Cane. When Cempaka sacrifices herself to save Dara and Angin, Biru and Gerhana convince both the Red Wing Warrior Chief and the High Council Chief that Dara and Angin have killed Cempaka to get the Golden Cane. The Golden Cane Warrior tells a pretty hoary tale of good versus evil, with a plucky heroine managing to overcome significant odds to find both herself and her destiny. That sets Dara and Angin out on quest to find a mystical teacher who evidently had some kind of past connection to Cempaka.
As Master Cempaka and her four disciples - orphans of her enemies, now heirs to the Cane - prepare for the new warrior guardian to ascend, an act of villainous betrayal threatens to destroy the clan and destabilize the realm. Though The Golden Cane Warrior does in fact feature some martial arts sequences, those searching for a nonstop action blockbuster might be disappointed by the film's relatively more interior focus despite some luscious exterior Indonesian footage. This is easily my most anticipated Indonesian film for the rest of the year. Murder and betrayal occurs before the martial world know who the heirs. The film repeatedly cuts to awe inspiring views of various lush Indonesian locations, at times introducing tiny human characters within them as if to emphasize how ultimately meaningless even the way of the warrior can be. I really enjoyed it and would recommend for any hardcore martial arts fan.
That gives The Golden Cane Warrior a bit more of an emotional anchor than many martial arts films sometimes manage to attain, though director Ifa Isfansyah also offers a number of set pieces to keep adrenaline junkies happy, while also serving up some jaw dropping vistas of various Indonesian locales. Murder and betrayal occurs before the martial world know who the heirs. Nicholas Saputra also does well as Elang, a man of peace who is forced to keep that peace because of a vow he took, yet it is clear he has a few tricks and secrets up his sleeve. I thought it was Korean at first, but when the credits started I realized those were not Korean names. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. I have watched a few other Indonesian films, I think they work well and are typically beautifully filmed. Cempaka, a respected warrior and highly respected in the world of martial is a great holder of lethal weapons, Golden Cane.