A documentary about the life story of the forgotten Indo-African community. The silent suffering concerns the lack of recognition for the efforts of the Indo-African soldiers and civilians during the Japanese occupation of the colony and the subsequent Indonesian revolution. Among the many forgotten victims of that period are the protagonist's two older brothers.
Direction and production: Griselda Molemans
Camera: Martin Egter van Wissekerke
Additional camera work: Vincent Pikavet
Sound: Andre van Solinge, Erwin Kloosterhout
Editor: Pertra Janse
Sound design and grading: Redline