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    World Paper, New York, USA June, 2001 “Indonesias Cinematic Art Stumble and Surge: Marissa Haque Fawzi” By. Marissa Haque Fawzi, An Indonesia Actress, is in Residence at Ohio University Indonesia as a country among many countries in the world, cannot escape of the effect of globalization. More specially, the Indonesia film industry is influenced and shaped by the cultures and trends of many other nations. Among many countries in the world, cannot escape of the effect of globalization. More specially, the Indonesia film industry is influenced and shaped by the cultures and trends of many other nations. This assimilation necessary and positive for progress and increased quality as long as an individual maintains his/ her own touch, so to speak. This process is guaranteed b
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    Indonesia's Cinematic Art Stumble and Surge

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