Three years after the release of Joshua Oppenheimer's The Act of Killing (2012), which explores the 1965-1966 massacres from the perspective of the killers, I review the impact of the documentary on national and international audiences. I argue that the victims themselves, and the pervasive forms of sexualized forms of violence during the massacres, are felt through their absence in the film.
Pohlman, Annie E.
"Film Review: The Act of Killing,"
Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal:
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