Not for all tastes, "Mystics in Bali" (also known as "Leák" in its native Indonesia) is an entertaining "outsider" movie. By our highbrow western world standards, it's a bad movie -- but it's a good bad movie, if you know what I mean. It has all the charm of a cheesy Italian zombie film. Just none of the gore. It also boasts an extremely memorable flying severed heads, with lungs and other organs hanging from its neck.
When I generally think of Indonesia, I usually just envision Islamists rioting in the streets because of one U.S. atrocity or another. I never thought that a society with so much religious zeal could ever produce a piece of motion picture sleaze. But they're doing it -- or at least they were doing it in the early 1980s -- and "Mystics in Bali" is proof.