The Act of Killing 

What allows people to be so cavalier about killing in their youth, then to discuss it like Grandpa remembering a summer picnic?

Genocide is difficult to capture on film. The people who commit it rarely invite an audience, and if you just show up with cameras, you could become one of the statistics. What's a filmmaker to do? In The Act of Killing, documentarian…

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