From Texas Standard:
The 2013 film “The Act of Killing” broke the mold for documentary storytelling. It told the events of Indonesia's 1965 genocide — some estimate more than half a million people were purged following a coup — from the perspective of the killers. The film even had the killers reenacting what they’d done.
Now, “The Look of Silence” tells the same story from another angle: that of those still living under the rule of the men who murdered their loved ones.