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Thanks Tomski. Joshua Oppenheimer's companion film to "The Act of Killing" is
The Act of Silence and it is even more horrifying. It includes the 1965 NBC report where a 1965 version of Anderson Cooper is told by a local guide that many of those killed had wanted to die and had asked to be killed by the riverside. He also goes on to film slave workers at an American-owned rubber plantation, and relates in a matter-of-fact voice how workers are periodically trucked away to be killed by the army.