Hantu Kuburan TuaSince childhood, Laura had to endure her mother, Riska, her only parent. When Riska gets angry, she can forget herself. Laura often received harsh treatment from her mother. Irritated by the situation at home, Laura goes on a historical site coverage assignment with her boyfriend, Edwin, and her two friends, Rizal and Maya. In the middle of their way, they were hit by a landslide when the weather was pouring rain. They survived and decided to take shelter in a former orphaned house. Their arrival was greeted coldly and mysteriously by Sarinten, a resident of the house. To get rid of boredom, Maya invited her friends to play a game of calling a ghost named Baby Blues. Rizal, Edwin and Laura disagreed. Maya quietly played it out of curiosity. Since playing the baby blues game, Edwin, Rizal, and Laura have been terrorized by terrible monsters that threaten their lives. The situation grew tense with the appearance of other wandering spirits. It turned out that in that house there had been a massacre of orphaned children. In an effort to save herself, Laura accidentally finds a shocking reality related to her past. At first Laura didn't believe it until Sarinten convinced her. Laura and the monster are related by blood. The figure was born from the womb of Riska, his mother. The Spider’s WebThe Spider’s Web: Britain’s Second Empire, is a documentary that shows how Britain transformed from a colonial power into a global financial power. At the demise of empire, City of London financial interests created a web of offshore secrecy jurisdictions that captured wealth from across the globe and hid it behind obscure financial structures in a web of offshore islands. Today, up to half of global offshore wealth is hidden in British offshore jurisdictions – the largest global players in the world of international finance. How did this come about, and what impact does it have on the world today? This is what the Spider’s Web sets out to investigate. With contributions from leading experts, academics, former insiders and campaigners for social justice, the use of stylised b-roll and archive footage, The Spider’s Web reveals how in the world of international finance, corruption and secrecy have prevailed over regulation and transparency, and the UK is right at the heart of this.