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The sequel of sorts to 'The Act of Killing', Joshua Oppenheimer’s 'The Look of Silence' is powerful and strong, and utterly compelling.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: The man is very old. His sight is not good. When he speaks we hear the strain of age and the effort of memory. His wrinkled skin looks like it has been beaten with something solid for a long time, and it is surprisingly...
Horror exposed on killers' terms in remarkably moving documentary.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL (OFFICIAL COMPETITION): Early on in Jason Oppenheimer’s rich and disturbing documentary The Act of Killing, there is a scene where a man is trying to recruit extras for a film he is making. The place is a market in Indonesia....
Trilogy finale completes remarkable family portrait.
BRISBANE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Leonard Retel Helmrich’s final instalment of his sociological trilogy is another study of modern Indonesian life through the prism of a single family unit, and it once again confirms that the Dutch-born...
Martial arts mayhem doesn't let up.
Welsh-born/Indonesian-based director Gareth Evans really takes his cast to hell and back in The Raid. Recalling John McTiernan’s 'trapped-indoors’ classic Die Hard in both its simple narrative and game-changing action, this relentless ear...
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