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|Release Date The Act Of Killing Jul 19, 2013 Limited Genres The Act Of Killing : Documentary,Special Interest|
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|Joshua Oppenheimer's The Act of Killing is, at the very least, unlike anything we've seen before. Gruelling, harrowing, and weirdly funny. |
A film that would be a satire were it not so chillingly real.
Ron Wilkinson-Monsters and Critics
The Act of Killing and its backstory no doubt have more to reveal upon closer investigation, though what it's shown is already hard to forget.
Nicolas Rapold-Film Comment Magazine
This is an unflinching, captivating documentary that does much more than simply record or readdress history - it uses cinema as both judge and jury for a one-time executioner.
Opppenheimer's high-risk strategy of avoiding historical analysis and giving the film over to bragging mass murderers pays huge dividends.
Tom Dawson-The List
Unspeakable horror and utterly mundane madness are thrown together in the existential equivalent of the Large Hadron Collider - fact and fiction meeting head on with quietly earth-shattering results.
Mark Kermode-Observer [UK]
Unforgettable. A no-fooling work of genius.
Tara Brady-Irish Times
The director has hit upon a form that renders these atrocities... as unsparing X-rays of the murderers' vast delusions.
Ryan Gilbey-New Statesman
It's one of the most gruelling and disturbing films you will ever see but, if you want the truth, essential.
David Sexton-This is London
This ideological push and pull at the film's core supplies it with a sense of high drama. How far can Oppenheimer indulge the whims of his subject to further calcify his demonic inner-nature?
David Jenkins-Little White Lies
An astonishing documentary that's essential viewing for anyone wishing to understand the darker aspects of the human condition.
Christopher Tookey-Daily Mail [UK]
It is a gut-churning film: and a radical dive into history, grabbing the past in a way a conventional documentary would not.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
First, the film beggars belief. Then it sends belief running into the hills, screaming for help and understanding.
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times
This movie is essential.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
Joshua Oppenheimer's film leaves too many questions unanswered but it's a chilling demonstration of the banality of evil and an eye-opening portrait of a corrupt nation.
Henry Fitzherbert-Daily Express
Hopefully there will be as much of a lasting effect on the killers as this picture has on the viewer, in a feature that isn't likely to escape you easily.
A sizzling doc that focuses on the repulsive bragging of two unpunished mass murderers treated by their government as heroes.
Harvey S. Karten-Compuserve
You may need a stiff drink and a lie down afterwards.
Mark Stafford-Electric Sheep
This extraordinary work serves up a series of shocking and surreal sequences, and uses the artifice of filmmaking to expose horrendous truths.
Philip Concannon-The Skinny
I'll never forget the final ten minutes of this documentary. Film begins to take revenge.
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