A still from Joshua Oppenheimer's new film "The Look Of Silence."

A still from Joshua Oppenheimer's new film "The Look Of Silence."

Several years ago, the filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer documented the history of mass killings in Indonesia by inviting those linked to the violence to dramatically recreate it in front of cameras. That film, “The Act Of Killing,” was nominated for an Academy Award. In his newest work, Oppenheimer returns to the violence that took place in Indonesia half a century ago — this time focused on the stories of survivors.

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