The Act Of Killing is a chilling and inventive documentary said to have left many critics dumbfounded. It won best documentary at the 2014 Bafta awards and was nominated for best documentary at the 86th Academy Awards.
Directed by Joshua Oppenheimer, the bloody documentary re-stages a wave of mass killings in 1960s Indonesia. But, what has caused a mental debate in many heads is the fact that it shows how the perpetrators can continue to live as national heroes.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s documentary won a Bafta award and was nominated for an Oscar this year.
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