The Look of Silence is the companion piece to Joshua Oppenheimer's extraordinary, BAFTA-winning The Act of Killing. The film follows Adi Rukun, whose brother was killed during the Anti-communist Purge of 1965/66, as he confronts those instrumental in the death of not only his brother, but a million others; unthinkable in a country where the killers remain in power.
Tickets available from the bar in the hour prior to the film's screening. There will be an interval approximately half-way through.
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