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  1. Adri Azhari's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    Pelaku pembantaian 65 mengakui perbuatannya dengan bangga malah. Film dalam film. Seperti melihat 8 1/2 Fellini dalam narasi yang kelam. Antara yang 'imajinasi' dan yang 'nyata' membaur.

  2. Fabio Osvaldo Carta's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  3. steeeeellaaaaa's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    the director's cut is perfect, the subject is both unique and tragic

  4. Laura O'Brien's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    Horrifying. Terrifying. The Act of Killing provides a glimpse into the mind of a seemingly brainwashed patriot. The unique perspective of people who have committed terrible atrocities was very disturbing and raw. I had no idea what I was getting myself into when watched this film; but prepare yourself for reflection if you choose to watch it. You will be forced to take a long, hard look at your neighbors.

  5. jajabornixa's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  6. kinotopia's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    the year was 2012. having Werner Herzog nominally involved with your incomplete documentary about hanging out with death squad leaders made it a masterpiece.

  7. Luís F Matos's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  8. mpho3's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    (Director's cut) I actually can't process what I've just seen. I don't have the words to even begin.

  9. Teona Gal's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  10. Aivaras_Z's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    A strong and not typical documentary, spliced with surreal psycho-moments to build a macabre atmosphere. A very strong ending, which shows the director breaking through his hero's psychological defense mechanism and coming to terms with the horror that has been committed. A film for the future.

  11. Yugosalvia Plath's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  12. ihor's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    Having seen a Look of Silence first I couldn't help feeling dissapointed watching this. The act of Killing is still compelling and as an idea it's incredible and revolutionary. Killing is more concentrated on an individual psychology of a mass murder and his understanding of it. Silence was more multifaceted and looked at the broader societal impact...it was also cinematically while being politically driven.

  13. Superfrog's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    Very odd and poignant, worth the watch but possibly less effective than the Look of Silence.

  14. Barrett.'s rating of the film The Act of Killing

    Very unnerving. I felt sick from start to finish, I couldn't believe how openly most of the killers spoke about what had happened with no remorse for their actions, some even proud and boastful. Unfortunately you can rewrite the perspective of history if you come out of it the 'winner'.

  15. TZUHSIEN TANG's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  16. Giacomo Confortin's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  17. bagno's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  18. Antoine Tremblay's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    As grotesque the human madness can be.

  19. Il secondo maestro del revolver's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  20. Finbar Somers's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  21. stilladvance's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    Hugely imaginative, and if it brings more awareness to these crimes, then great, but the actual film is somewhat tasteless, and in focusing so much on the killers, almost diminishes the crime somewhat, by denying the victims an equal voice. Yes, they are made to look worse, but it becomes a slightly self satisfied film about them, not the victims. Oppenheimer is a great formalist, but a somewhat troubling one.

  22. natalieb's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    brilliant on many levels

  23. panduabi's rating of the film The Act of Killing

  24. Huey McEvoy's rating of the film The Act of Killing

    "I did this to so many people, Josh. Is it all coming back to me?" Oppenheimer's jawdropping film raises such complex questions about evil, guilt, culpability, empathy, voyeurism, remorse, humanity, war, PTSD, groupthink, ego, morality, free will, psychology, psychopathy, sociology, tribalism, nationalism - and even documentary film making itself - that it's almost impossible to take it all in after a single viewing.

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