Anwar Congo Dada: The Act of Killing 

The Act of KillingDirected by Joshua Oppenheimer You don’t watch this one-of-a-kind document so much as gape at it in sedate horror. It cedes the screen to the “movie-theater gangsters” of Medan, Indonesia, who in the mid-60s graduated from scalping tickets to…

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