Joshua Oppenheimer

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Joshua Oppenheimer on KCRW

From 1965 to 1966, around a million people were killed in Indonesia. It was an anti-Communist purge mounted by the Army and supported secretly by the U.S.

'The Look of Silence'

From 1965 to 1966, around a million people were killed in Indonesia. It was an anti-Communist purge mounted by the Army and supported secretly by the U.S.

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Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer spent over eight years making his Oscar nominated documentary  The Act of Killing .

Making 'The Act of Killing'

Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer spent over eight years making his Oscar nominated documentary The Act of Killing .

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The Act of Killing is a documentary about the men who participated in Indonesia’s genocide in the 1960s.

Exploring the Nature of Evil in 'The Act of Killing'

The Act of Killing is a documentary about the men who participated in Indonesia’s genocide in the 1960s.

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