|Edition:||Niels Pagh Andersen|
|Music:||Seri Banang, Mana Tahan|
|Production:||Final Cut for Real, Signe ByrgeSørensen, Forbindelsesvej 7, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark, www.final-cut.dk, firstname.lastname@example.org, T: +45 35 43 60 43, M: +45 41 18 48 90|
|Producers:||Signe Byrge Sørensen (Productores asociados / Associated Producers: Heidi Elise Christensen, Maria Kristensen, Anne Köhncke, Joram ten Brink)|
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103' / 2014 / Denmark, Finland, Indonesia, Norway, United Kingdom
English and spanish subtitled
Audience vote 9.61
Through Joshua Oppenheimer’s work filming perpetrators of the Indonesian genocide, a family of survivors discovers how their son was murdered and the identity of the men who killed him. The youngest brother is determined to break the spell of silence and fear under which the survivors live, and so confronts the men responsible for his brother's murder – something unimaginable in a country where killers remain in power.
Venice Film Festival 2014 : Critics prize FIPRESCI for Best Film, Grand Jury Prize, Human Rights Night Award / CPH 2014: Grand Prize DOX Award / Busan International Film Festival 2014: Best World Documentary – Cinephile Prize / Berlin International Film Festival 2015 : Berlinale Special / Göteborg Film Festival 2015: Best Nordic Documentary
Born in 1974, USA, Joshua Oppenheimer is based in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he is a partner at the production company Final Cut for Real. Oppenheimer has worked for over a decade with militias, death squads and their victims to explore the relationship between political violence and the public imagination. Educated at Harvard and Central Saint Martins, his debut feature-length film is The Act of Killing (2012), winner of the Academy Award for Best Documentary and the DocumentaMadrid 2013 award among many others. His earlier works include The Globalisation Tapes (2002, produced with Christine Cynn),The Entire History of the Louisiana Purchase (1998), These Places We’ve Learned to Call Home (1996), and other shorts. Oppenheimer is artistic director of the International Centre for Documentary and Experimental Film, University of Westminster.