As a leftist living in indonesia, I'm... not exactly sure why I had never seen this until now. Likely it's a combination of how strong the country's propaganda is which resulted in how no one around me ever really gave a straight answer when this topic came up (even my history teachers), so much so that the default assumption in my mind before watching this was "The things that happened in 65-66 were completely justified because the ones killed were…
Edit : Holy fuck timothee chalamet is starring as Paul Atriedes. So hyped.
If Denis somehow manage to adapt one of the best short story of the genre, make a worthy sequel to blade runner, and adapt the ultimate "unadaptable" scifi book, all within the span of 5 years (edit: apparently its not gonna happen anytime soon, but still, my opinion stands, no matter the time span) , he'd be a scifi god that's for sure.