The reason to watch this is the performance of Anna (Lulu Antariksa). We meet her with her brother, surviving in a cabin with her sick mother. Her brother is apparently killed, and her mother dies. Along comes Peter, smooth talking, and convinces her to come with him to a community where she will be safe. One gets hints early on about the nature of the religious community, and what is nice is that it slowly unwinds as to exactly what it is.
Supposedly set 25 years after a certain event, there is a serious disconnect with their wardrobes. While Peter has a tattered and worn tarp for a tent, the rest of the wardrobe is just too new looking, especially hers, which seems very tailored for her. This really causes me to mark down this movie.
But she finds out accepting Peter’s invitation was not in her best interests, but only in his. If she will be able to free herself of this burden is the remainder of the movie. The religious community is a very patriarchal community, and Peter is the religious leader, and he is her sponsor. When she questions his use of scripture, he explains to her that they are adapting scripture for the new circumstances.
It is not a particularly strong movie, but it is devoid of many things that get thrown into movies, often gratuitously.