Joshua Oppenheimer, the director of The Look of Silence and The Act of Killing  played his part as a human being on this planet. With courage, persistance, wisdom and the heart of a lion he managed, almost single handedly, to lift the lid off the Indonesian genocide of 1965, which left over a million people murdered, and bring all these silent souls an unexpected form of closure and justice. It feels dumb just to try and speak about the film itself, as the medium at stake. Please, if you haven’t already, see the two films.