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Joshua Ciresoli says:

What language are the subtitles in? Are they in Indonesia Bahasa?

keron gray says:

Wow That Captain is the best he is a real hero

maya agnesia says:

he is the best captain ever..

Ena Man says:

Great movie, thanks for the share

Hama Shwan says:

Krakatoa The Last Days

Krakatoa: The Last Days is a BBC Television docudrama. The program is based
upon a selection of four eyewitness accounts of the 1883 eruption of
Krakatoa, an active stratovolcano between the islands of Sumatra and Java,
present day Indonesia.

The 1883 eruption of Krakatoa is the second greatest volcanic eruption in
recorded history (after Mount Tambora, only 68 years earlier), erupting
more than 18 cubic kilometres of tephra in less than 48 hours, and killing
about 36,500 people.

A subplot concerning Rogier Verbeek (played by Kevin McMonagle), a Dutch
geologist who had surveyed the area two years earlier and laid the basis
for modern vulcanology with his research after the eruption, adds a
scientific touch and a helpful map to the computer-generated imagery that
convincingly portrays the ash cloud, collapse of the mountain, pyroclastic
flows, and tsunamis. The film also portrays a family trying to escape the
devastating volcano and a ship with more than 100 passengers trapped at sea
when the eruption reaches its height.

Length: 1 hour; 27 mins

Bliss West says:

Great film. I think that all children should see this and see just what our
planet can/will do.

Ethan Feng says:

I was laughing my ass off….

Anggun Kaurina says:

Yes josua

saigokun says:

Thanks for posting this great TV-movie.

martina prianti says:

present condition, ‘the child’; Mount Anak Krakatau, alert status. alert

peter990099 says:

1:05:00 best captain of a ship ever

Tri Rahayu says:

My country,,,,:(

Louis Perzia says:

I haven’t seen this for a while. But I think I’ll watch this before I call
it a night.

Mizhio Tan says:

its great…
Indonesia has many best movies, it’s too..
almost the same as the sinking of titanic movie

Elfiyah Suyatno says:

Glad that I watched this movie

Marieke van Zadelhoff says:

Never mind the unethical responses of some…
This movie gives an insight in what happened there, mainly seen through the
eyes of a few families that underwent this tragedy (following their
recordings of it). I found it very impressive. And well played by the
actors. It shows a small insight too in the cultural tensions of a country
run by ‘whites’, who did not live there originally.
Not something to watch with anyone under the age of being able to
handle seeing burns and death, at least 12 I would say, maybe older
depending on the impressionability of the child.

BeingPaige says:

What a classic film. Saw this when i was six. Didn’t understand when
little. But now…wow…

machinegunangel says:

How did he get from Katimbang to Buitenzorg in one day? 


loudes sound in history.. God is Great.. respect for all human & living
thing who die & live’s at that moment.. i think this is the warning for us,
sometimes we can’t do anything.. 

Brendan Clement says:

Wait a minute, no one can survive a pyroclastic flow!!! It is

oanabunny says:


Bayu Rexa says:

if i can ask u, is this the first krakatau volcano movie???

Andy Nagy says:

Krakatoa The Last

Brendan Clement says:

This video is way better than that Pompeii movie coming to theaters in a
couple weeks.

theirishdreamer says:

Tie me to the wheel Mr. Jansen

Alex Krajisnik says:

Awsome ! I am from Bosnia n I love Indonesiaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ! I adore Indo.
It is awsome. I love u all.

LokiFX says:

Damn…I misread the title. I thought this was the Monty Python documentary
Krakatoa:East of Leamington.. It’s usually viewed along side Scott of the

Angelus says:



If this is entertaining for you, you have your head up your ass.


Watch this, then, talk about MAN MADE global warning, and I’ll laugh.

athiyya larasati says:

innalilahi wa innalilahi rojiun

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