The old photo of Malang City in the 1980s caught the attention of netizens. (Instagram @perfectlifeid) Hitekno.com – Old school photos can sometimes remind us of old buildings that were once famous in their time. An old photo about the appearance of Malang City in the 1980s managed to attract the attention of netizens. The @perfectlifeid fanspage account shares at least 7 photos of old portraits of Malang City, East Java. “A nostalgic portrait, the atmosphere of Malang City in the 1980s,” he wrote in the caption. The first and second photos show the atmosphere of one of the streets in Malang City. We can also watch residents while visiting the town square. Their clothes are quite simple where the road conditions still seem deserted. There is also a very busy market atmosphere with various rickshaws around it. The two things that make salfok and are most highlighted by netizens are the presence of minibuses and old school cinema portraits. The cinema which is located on Jl. General Basuki Rachmat had a heyday decades ago. Old photos show many parked motorbikes and crowds of people queuing in front of them. The old photo of Malang City in the 1980s caught the attention of netizens. (Instagram @perfectlifeid) Netizens also highlighted several films that were considered to show scenes that were too vulgar. For information, there are not a few old photos that show cinemas when displaying 18+ images. Rows of hot films seem to be quite prevalent in the 80’s and 90’s. Several film banners with the title The Forbidden Forest, Naked Vengeance, and A Man In Love show very vulgar scenes. We can also watch a film banner entitled Saur Sepuh. Please note, Saur Sepuh (1987) is a colossal action fiction film that was loved in its time. The old photo of Malang City in the 1980s caught the attention of netizens. (Instagram @perfectlifeid) Not a few netizens regret that the cinema could not survive until now. This old photo of Malang City in the 1980s provoked various comments from netizens. “There was an 18+ vulgar film apparently in the cinema first (surprised emoticon),” said @n**olly_*g. The old photo of Malang City in the 1980s caught the attention of netizens. (Instagram @perfectlifeid) “The Merdeka Cinema has been destroyed. It’s a shame, even though the interior is still a Dutch colonial era building. Malang is not as beautiful and beautiful as it used to be,” commented @r**itzv*s**r. “Wow, I just found out, there was a bemo in Malang,” commented @m**etan.h**toria. “I started studying in Malang in 92, the bemo was still available, only the route was limited to Dinoyo – Mergan. In 94 it seemed that it was getting rare,” recalls @ha**pra**na99. That was the old photo of Malang City in the 1980s that made netizens auto reminisce, what do you think? .