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In 'Look of Silence,' Relatives of Indonesian Genocide Victims Seek Answers

Two award-winning documentaries about the unreconciled history of mass killings in Indonesia 50 years ago are leading to calls for change in that country, and for the U.S. to apologize for its own part in supporting a genocidal regime. Joshua Oppenheimer’s 2012 film, "The Act of Killing," explored the legacy of government-led massacres of communists, trade-unionists, ethnic Chinese and others in Indonesia in 1965 and 1966. “There was a right-wing military coup, where the...

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