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The Raid
Directed byGareth Evans
Written byGareth Evans
Produced byArio Sagantoro
  • Pierre Gruno
  • Ray Sahetapy
  • Tegar Sathya
Edited byGareth Evans
Music by
  • Fajar Yuskemal
  • Aria Prayogi

United States:

Distributed byPT Merantau Films
Release date
Running time
101 minutes[1]
Budget$1.1 million[2][3]
Box office$9.3 million[4]

The Raid (initially intended to be released as Serbuan Maut, lit. The Deadly Raid[5]) is a 2011[6]Indonesianaction thriller film written, directed and edited by the Welsh filmmaker Gareth Evans. The film stars Iko Uwais, who previously worked with Evans in another action film, Merantau, released in 2009. In the film, an elite squad is tasked to infiltrate a high-rise building run by a ruthless drug lord in the slums of Jakarta; among them is Rama (played by Uwais), a rookie member of the team.

After its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), The Raid received positive reviews from critics.[7][8][9] The name of the film was changed to The Raid: Redemption in the United States as distributor Sony Pictures Classics could not secure the rights to the title; it also allowed Evans to plan out future titles in the series.[10][11] The US release of the film features a film score composed by Mike Shinoda and Joseph Trapanese. It was released in the United States on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on 14 August 2012.[12]

A sequel, The Raid 2, was released in 2014. Both films showcase the traditional Indonesian martial art of Pencak Silat, with fight choreography led by Uwais and Yayan Ruhian. A third film was considered but Evans decided not to go forward with the project.[13][14]


Rookie Brimob officer Rama joins a 20-man squad led by Sergeant Jaka and Lieutenant Wahyu for a raid on an apartment block with the intent of arresting crime lord Tama Riyadi. Together with his lieutenants Andi and Mad Dog, Tama runs the block and allows criminals and addicts to rent rooms under his protection. Arriving undetected, the team sweeps the first floors and subdues various tenants; they also meet a law-abiding tenant named Gofar delivering medicine to his sick wife. Continuing to the sixth floor, the team is spotted by two young lookouts, one of whom raises the alarm.

Tama calls in reinforcements and the team suffers casualties. Tama cuts the lights and announces over the PA system that the officers are on the sixth-floor stairwell, and that he will grant permanent residence to those who kill them. The remaining team members are ambushed by shooters from above, and are almost completely wiped out. Prior to the gunfight, Wahyu confesses to Jaka that he staged the mission so he can eliminate Tama, who is in league with corrupt police officials, including himself; the mission is not officially sanctioned by police command, and there will be no reinforcements.

The remaining officers—Rama, Bowo, Jaka, Wahyu, Dagu and three others—retreat to an empty apartment and are cornered by more armed thugs. Rama uses an axe to create a hole in the floor so the team can descend to the lower level. Dropping to the room below, the team struggles to fend off Tama's thugs; the three other officers are killed and Bowo is gravely wounded. Rama uses a propane tank to construct an improvised explosive device that eliminates the invading henchmen. With more of Tama's reinforcements approaching, the team splits into two groups: Jaka, Dagu and Wahyu retreat to the fifth floor, while Rama and Bowo ascend.

After fighting a group of assassins, Rama and Bowo locate Gofar's apartment, and Gofar reluctantly hides the officers inside. A gang wielding machetes search the apartment, but fail to find them. After tending to Bowo's wounds, Rama leaves to search for Jaka's group. Rama encounters the machete gang and defeats them in a long fight, tackling their leader through a window and plummeting onto a fire escape below. On the sixth floor, he finds Andi, who has murdered two of Tama's men. Andi is revealed to be his estranged brother, whom Rama signed up for the mission to search for, at the urging of their father. Rama refuses to leave the building without his comrades, and Andi refuses to abandon his criminal life. Rama parts ways with his brother to search for his surviving colleagues.

Mad Dog discovers Jaka and his group on the fourth floor. Wahyu runs off, and Jaka instructs Dagu to protect him. Mad Dog challenges Jaka to hand-to-hand combat; he ultimately gains the upper hand and kills Jaka, by breaking his neck. Mad Dog then meets up with Andi to report back to Tama. Tama, having learned of Andi's treachery through his surveillance cameras, attacks and incapacitates Andi. Rama regroups with Dagu and Wahyu, and they head for Tama on the 15th floor, fighting through a narcotics lab along the way. Rama separates from Dagu and Wahyu when he discovers Mad Dog torturing Andi. Mad Dog lets Rama free Andi, and fights them both. After a long and brutal fight, Mad Dog is ultimately killed by Rama and Andi.

Meanwhile, Wahyu and Dagu confront Tama. Wahyu kills Dagu before taking Tama hostage. Tama taunts Wahyu by revealing that he knew they were going to raid the building, and that Wahyu was set up by his corrupt superiors and will be killed regardless. Wahyu kills Tama and then attempts suicide, only to find he is out of ammunition.

Andi uses his influence to allow Rama to leave with the injured Bowo and a detained Wahyu. Andi also hands over blackmail recordings Tama made of the corrupt officials he dealt with, telling him to contact Officer Bunawar. Rama asks Andi to come home, but Andi refuses, and asserts that he can protect Rama in his role as a gang boss, but that Rama cannot do the same for him. As Andi turns around and walks back to the apartment block, Rama, Bowo and Wahyu leave.


  • Iko Uwais as Rama, one of the rookie members of the special forces unit tasked with raiding Tama's building. One of the few survivors of the raid. Uwais previously worked with Evans in Merantau. Having lived for four years in Indonesia and learned about the country's predominant religion, director Gareth Evans implicitly integrated the Muslim faith in Uwais' character.[15]
Iko Uwais at the premiere of The Raid 2 in New York City, 17 March 2014
  • Joe Taslim as Jaka, the Sergeant who leads his unit into the raid. Having been a fan of Merantau, the former Judo champion Taslim contacted Evans through Facebook for their next project. As Evans was browsing through Taslim's profile, he came across a photo of him in a SWAT uniform and felt that it resonated with the character. Evans had him undergo choreography and drama auditions, with Taslim earning the role having aced them both.[15]
  • Ray Sahetapy [id] as Tama Riyadi, a ruthless drug lord who is the boss of the apartment building. Evans wanted a non-stereotypical take on the character, citing most gangster films wherein the boss is usually wearing a pristine suit and smoking cigars.[15]
  • Yayan Ruhian as Mad Dog, a skilled fighter who is the muscle behind Tama's operation. Ruhian previously worked with Evans in Merantau as an actor and fight choreographer. Evans cast Ruhian in the film as he wanted him to play a 'purely evil' character, opposite to that which he played in his debut film which had a 'redeemable value'.[15]
  • Donny Alamsyah as Andi, Tama's consigliere who is also Rama's estranged elder brother. Alamsyah also played Uwais' character's brother in Merantau. Since he regretted not being able to do action scenes in Merantau, Alamsyah approached Evans as they prepared for The Raid, earning the role having aced the audition.[15]
  • Iang Darmawan as Gofar, a tenant of the building who tends to his ill wife. Prior to the film, Gofar's acting credits had been in sketch comedies, and The Raid marks his transition to a serious role.[15]
  • Pierre Gruno as Wahyu, the Lieutenant who arranges the eponymous raid to take out Tama. One of the few survivors of the raid.
  • Tegar Satrya as Bowo, the hothead member of the team who is wounded attempting to save the life of a teammate. One of the few survivors of the raid.
  • Eka Rahmadia as Dagu, a skilled fighter and team member who protects Lt. Wahyu as they make their way towards Tama. A Taekwondo practitioner, Rahmadia is part of the Piranha Stunt Team who helped with the film's shooting.[16]
  • Alfridus Godfred as leader of the machete gang, who hunt the surviving officers when Jaka and Rama split into two groups.

Other cast members include Henky Solaiman and Fikha Effendi, who play Rama's father and wife, respectively. Verdi Solaiman, Ananda George and Yusuf Opilus appear as officers Budi, Ari and Alee, respectively.[17]


Development and pre-production[edit]

Director Gareth Evans came across the idea for the film when he moved to Indonesia to film a documentary about the country's martial art Pencak Silat, as suggested by his wife of Indonesian Japanese descent. It was in that country that he met Iko Uwais, a Silat practitioner who was then working as a delivery man for a phone company based in Jakarta. Evans then nudged his wife to cast Uwais for Merantau, and then in The Raid.[15]

Following Merantau, Evans and his producers began work on a Silat film project called Berandal (Indonesian for Thugs), a large-scale prison gangster film intended to star not only Merantau actors Uwais and Yayan Ruhian but also an additional pair of international fight stars. A teaser trailer was shot, but the project proved more complex and time-consuming than anticipated.[18] After a year and a half, Evans and the producers found themselves with insufficient funds to produce Berandal, so they changed the film to a simpler but different story with a smaller budget. They called the project Serbuan Maut (The Raid).[15] Producer Ario Sagantoro considers the film to be lighter than Merantau. Evans also considers it to be 'a lot more streamlined,' stating that 'Merantau is more of a drama' while The Raid is more of a 'survival horror film.'[19] Evans wanted The Raid vastly different from Merantau in terms of pacing.[16] With Merantau, some fans complained the action sequences took too long to appear since the first 45 minutes of the film laid emphasis on character development, backdrop (specifically, the Indonesian culture) and drama.[15] Therefore, Evans designed The Raid to be a 'full-on' action film.[16]

Pre-production took about four months, which include finalization of the script (which included translation of the original English-language script into Indonesian) and the work on choreography for the fighting sequences, which were designed by Iko Uwais and Yayan Ruhian.[20] The actors that make up the key members of the police squad were sent to bootcamp military training with KOPASKA, where they learned how to use weapons, and how to perform strategic attack and defense techniques.[16]



The crew wanted The Raid to be shot in a quasi-documentary style, that is, the camera is handheld and without the use of Steadicam. To achieve that objective, they shot the film in high-definition using Panasonic AF100 camcorder – which had just recently come out of the market – and strayed from using film format while shooting most action and fight sequences. In addition, the camera was frequently attached to a Fig Rig to prevent most scenes from being too jarring, and give the camera operator opportunities to change angles and positions rapidly.[16]

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All guns used in the film were Airsoft replicas, to avoid the costs associated with having to deal with firearms. All the shots of the guns' actions cycling, muzzle flashes and cases ejecting were added digitally.[16]


When filming concluded, about 120 minutes of footage was shot; Evans originally intended it to be eighty to eighty-five minutes long. The footage was eventually cut down to approximately 100 minutes. The final stages of post-production took place in Bangkok, Thailand for the color grading and audio mixing processes.[16]


While the film was still in production, in May 2011, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions acquired the distribution rights of the film for the US market and tasked Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Joseph Trapanese to create a new score.[21][22] The film premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival with the original score from the Indonesian version which was composed by Aria Prayogi and Fajar Yuskemal, who also composed Evans's previous film Merantau.[23][24]The Raid made its debut in the US with Trapanese and Shinoda's version at Sundance 2012.[25]

Shinoda stated that his score was over 50 minutes and almost all instrumental. After film production, he had room for two more songs, but did not want to sing or rap, so he posted pictures of two music artists.[26]Deftones/††† frontman Chino Moreno guest performed 'RAZORS.OUT', which was leaked online on 16 March 2012,[27] as rap group Get Busy Committee performed 'SUICIDE MUSIC' for the film.[28]


The film was marketed internationally through Celluloid Nightmares, a partnership between US-based XYZ Films and France's Celluloid Dreams.[29]

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions acquired the film's distribution rights for the United States, Latin America and Spain,[30][31] revised the film score, and changed the title to The Raid: Redemption for the US release. Distribution rights to other countries were sold to Kadokawa Pictures for Japan, Koch Media for Germany, Alliance Films for Canada, Momentum Pictures for the United Kingdom, Madman Entertainment for Australia, SND HGC for China, and Calinos Films for Turkey.[32][33] Deals were also made with distributors from Russia, Scandinavia, Benelux, Iceland, Italy, South Korea and India, during the film screening at the TIFF.[34]

Home media[edit]

On DVD and Blu-ray, the film grossed $9.4 million in the United States.[35]


Box office[edit]

In its Sony Pictures Classics debut in the United States on 23–25 March 2012, The Raid: Redemption grossed $220,937 from 24 theaters for a location average of $15,781.[36] For its widest opening release weekend in the United States and Canada on 13–15 April 2012, the film grossed $961,454 from 881 theaters, and ranked 11th overall.[4][37] In the United Kingdom, the film grossed $660,910 on its opening weekend.[4] In Indonesia, approximately 250,000 people watched the film in the first four days of release, and it was considered a great turnout for a country that only has about 660 theater screens nationwide.[38] As of 8 July 2012, the film has grossed $4,105,123 in North America. The film grossed approximately $9.3 million worldwide.[4]

Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes the film has an approval rating of 86% based on reviews from 170 critics, with an average score of 7.5/10. The website's consensus was 'No frills and all thrills, The Raid: Redemption is an inventive action film expertly paced and edited for maximum entertainment.'[39] On Metacritic the film has a score of 73 based on reviews from 31 critics, indicating 'generally favorable reviews'.[40]

Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian gave the film 5 out of 5, and said 'This violent, intense and brilliant bulletfest from Indonesia puts western action movies to shame.'[41][42] Bilge Ebiri of wrote: 'Once the action starts - and it starts very quickly - The Raid is relentless, breathtaking in its sheer propulsive majesty. But it's also shot through with moments of bleak poetry amid the carnage.'[43] Robert Koehler of Variety praised the director: 'Taking the genre to a higher level of intensity, the Welsh-born Evans continues what he started in previous Indonesia-set actioner 'Merantau,' but this picture will seal his cult status.'[44] Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune wrote: 'The whole film is. 'The Raid' is maniacal in its pacing and assault tactics. It's also, absurdly, rated R. Fantastic. I love that a film this gory secured the same Motion Picture Association of America rating as 'The King's Speech.'[45]Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly called it 'fists of fury mixed with torture porn' noting the variety of gory action sequences, but criticized the incoherent narrative. He gave it a B- grade.[46]

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times' gave the film one star out of four; he criticized the lack of character depth, and noted 'the Welsh director, Gareth Evans, knows there's a fanboy audience for his formula, in which special effects amp up the mayhem in senseless carnage.'[47] Ebert was criticized for his assessment, and later published a defense of his review.[48]


The film received numerous awards and nominations from both local and international institutions. At the 2012 Maya Awards, which is dubbed by local media as the Indonesian version of the Golden Globes, the film received 10 nominations.[49]The Raid did not receive any nominations at the 2012 Citra Awards (the Indonesian equivalent to the Academy Awards); which was considered a snub.[citation needed]

List of accolades received by The Raid
Toronto International Film Festival8 September 2011Midnight Madness – People's Choice AwardThe RaidWon[50]
Dublin International Film Festival28 February 2012Best FilmThe RaidWon
Audience AwardThe RaidWon
SXSW Film Festival17 March 2012Festival Favorites – Audience AwardThe RaidNominated
Festival Mauvais Genre9 April 2012Prix du PublicThe RaidWon[51]
Imagine Film Festival30 April 2012Silver Scream AwardThe RaidWon[52]
Maya Awards15 December 2012Best Feature FilmThe RaidNominated[49]
Best DirectorGareth EvansNominated
Best Supporting ActorRay SahetapyNominated
Best CinematographyMatt FlanneryNominated
Best EditingGareth EvansWon
Best Special EffectsAndi NoviantoNominated
Best Art DirectionTimothy D. SetiantoNominated
Best Make-Up & HairstylingJerry OktavianusNominated
Best Sound DesignAria Prayogi and Fajar YuskemalNominated
Best Promotional Poster DesignThe RaidNominated
Indiana Film Journalists Association17 December 2012Best Foreign Language FilmThe RaidWon[53]
IGN Awards21 December 2012Best Action MovieThe RaidNominated[54]
North Carolina Film Critics Association15 January 2013Best Foreign Language FilmThe RaidNominated[55]
NAACP Image Awards1 February 2013Best International Motion PictureThe RaidNominated
Australian Film Critics Association23 February 2013Best International Film – Foreign LanguageThe RaidNominated[56]
Empire Awards24 March 2013Best ThrillerThe RaidNominated
Indonesian Movie Awards27 May 2013Best Supporting ActorYayan RuhianWon[57]
Best Supporting ActorRay SahetapyNominated
Best ChemistryIko Uwais and Donny AlamsyahNominated
Favourite FilmThe RaidNominated

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Sequel and remake[edit]



While developing The Raid in script form, Evans started to toy around with the idea of creating a link between it and his initial project, Berandal. It was later confirmed that Berandal would serve as a sequel to The Raid.[58][59] Evans has also stated his intention to make a trilogy.[60] Sony pre-bought the US, Latin American and Spanish rights to the sequel. Alliance/Momentum bought the rights to the United Kingdom and Canada; Koch Media acquired the film for German-speaking territories; Korea Screen acquired the rights to Korea; and HGC acquired the rights to China. Deals for other major territories were also in negotiations.[61] Subtitled Berandal for the Indonesian market and simply The Raid 2 for the US and English-speaking market, the sequel had a 'significantly larger' budget than its predecessor, and its filming included approximately 100 days of shooting.[62] Pre-production began in September 2012 while filming began in January 2013.[63][64]

On the release of The Raid 2 in 2015, Evans said he had ideas for The Raid 3 but that nothing had been written yet and a third film was not likely to happen before 2018 or 2019.[13] In a 21 November 2016 interview with Impact Online, director Evans revealed the sequel was on hold with the franchise likely having ended, stating 'Moving back to UK felt like a closing chapter on that franchise – we ended the story pretty neatly (I feel) in Part 2. I’m aware there's an interest for it [...] So never say never, but it's unlikely to happen anytime soon.'[14] In September 2018 Evans again stated that he felt the story was complete and that a third film was highly unlikely.[65][66]

American remake[edit]

A few months after Sony acquired the film's North American distribution rights, it was announced by The Hollywood Reporter that its subsidiary company, Screen Gems, had begun negotiations to produce a Hollywood remake.[67] The deal was completed in November 2011, with writer-director Gareth Evans to serve as an executive producer of the remake. XYZ Films, executive producers on the original Indonesian version, will be producers on the American version.[68] Screen Gems also wants the same choreographers from The Raid involved with the remake.[20] On 21 February 2014, the studio picked Patrick Hughes to direct the remake.[69] Day later, reports stated that both Chris and Liam Hemsworth were being eyed for roles by the studio.[70] On 27 May 2014, Variety reported that the film's production was delayed until early 2015.[71] On 13 June 2014, Frank Grillo was the first to be announced to star in the remake, and is a fan of the original.[72][73] On 16 June 2014, Geek Tyrant revealed that the remake will be set in the near future.[74] On 4 August 2014, TheWrap reported that Taylor Kitsch has been cast in the lead role, and also that XYZ Films is returning to produce the remake, which is expected to hew closely to the original film.[75] On 22 August 2014, Hughes revealed that describes his version as being in the vein of Black Hawk Down and Zero Dark Thirty with 12 integral roles.[76] According to Tracking Board, on 23 October 2015, both Screen Gems and Kitsch had dropped out of the project and Hughes also dropped out as director.[77] In February 2017, XYZ Films revealed that Joe Carnahan will produce and direct the remake with Evans as a producer.[78]

Comics and animation[edit]

A graphic novel based on The Raid was released on 21 May 2012 in Indonesia.[79]

A stop-motion short depicting the plot of The Raid as clay-animated cats, made by Lee Hardcastle released on 11 May 2012, was included in the special features disc.[80] A flash animated teaser trailer spoof depicting The Raid as a '90s anime, made by Philip Askins released on 19 May 2012, was also included in the special features.[81]

On 22 June 2016, The Hollywood Reporter announced Titan Comics had teamed up with Gareth Evans and XYZ Films for a comic book spin-off series featuring 'original stories featuring characters from The Raid movie series' with a launch date expected for late 2016.[82]

See also[edit]

  • BuyBust, a 2018 Philippine film with a similar premise


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