It’s no secret that Netflix wants to dominate the streaming market on a global scale. Especially with Disney+ and Apple TV+ on the horizon, they’re in a bit of a scramble to capture as much market share as possible in the next few months. So while Suzzanna: Buried Alive may not seem like a big deal to you or I, it’s a much bigger deal in other places in the world. And that’s exactly how Netflix wants it.
The following review will be spoiler free.
Directed By: Rocky Soraya and Anggy Umbara
Written By: Bene Dion Raja Gukguk, Ferry Lesmana, and Sunil Soraya
Starring: Luna Maya, Herjunot Ali, T. Rifnu Wikana, Verdi Solaiman, Kiki Narendra, and Alex Abbad
Suzzanna (Maya) and Satria (Ali) have been married for seven years but they have not been blessed with children. They live in a house with three assistants: Mia, Tohir, and Pak Rojali. Suzzanna’s long- awaited pregnancy finally happened, but unfortunately it clashed with Satria’s international work assignment. This was exploited by four of Satria employees: Jonal, Umar, Dudun, and Gino, who held grudges against Satria and intended to rob Satria’s house when his house was empty.
But unlucky for them, their robbery plan turned out to be a murder when Suzzanna who was supposed to go with her three assistants went home by herself instead due to the weak condition of her body. Panicked, they then buried Suzzanna’s body at the backyard of the house. Strangely, the next day, Suzzanna continued to act as usual at home, as if nothing had happened. Is Suzzanna still alive? Did Suzzanna succeed in fulfilling her promise to wait for Satria to come home?
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