The film tells the story of Leon Agusta (1938-2015), a poet, cultural activist, and playwright who was born in Sigiran, Lake ManinJau, West Sumatra. Leon’s craft was fueled by pain from the tragedies, betrayals, and the many instances love has touched his life. His activism is driven by his love of his birthplace and the betterment of others. All have been forgiven because we have been happy seeing Paul Agusta; Leon’s youngest son recounts what he remembers from his father as well as to trace back Leon’s early years to find the roots of his passion and pain to further know the complex individual that was his father, Leon Agusta.
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