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INDY MOVIE REVIEW
 
The Act of Killing (2012)
(บรรยายอังกฤษ)
 
   
 

Director:Joshua Oppenheimer Produced by: Signe Byrge Sørensen Executive: Werner Herzog, Errol Morris, Andre Singer,
Joram Ten Brink Running time:115 min  Country:Norway, Denmark, United Kingdom Language:Indonesian

Genre:Documentary, Crime, History  Subtitle:English  Starring: Anwar Congo ... Himself - Executioner in 1965,
Herman Koto ... Himself - Gangster and Paramilitary Leader, Syamsul Arifin ... Himself - Governor of North Sumatra,
Ibrahim Sinik ... Himself - Newspaper Publisher, Yapto Soerjosoemarno ... Himself - Leader of Pancasila Youth,
Safit Pardede ... Himself - Local Paramilitary Leader, Jusuf Kalla ... Himself - Vice President of Indonesia,

Adi Zulkadry ... Himself - Fellow Executioner in 1965, Soaduon Siregar ... Himself - Journalist, Suryono ... Himself - Anwar''s Neighbor,
Haji Marzuki ... Himself - Member of North Sumatra Parliament (as Marzuki), Haji Anif ... Himself - Paramilitary Leader and Businessman,
Rahmat Shah ... Himself - Member of Parliament, Sakhyan Asmara ... Himself - Deputy Minister of Youth and Sport

 

 

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รางวัล: Nominated for 2 BAFTA Film Awards. Another 32 wins & 9 nominations.

 

 

 

BAFTA Awards 2014

Nominated
BAFTA Film Award
Best Film not in the English Language
Joshua Oppenheimer 
Signe Byrge Sørensen 
Best Documentary
Joshua Oppenheimer 

Asia Pacific Screen Awards 2013

Won
Asia Pacific Screen Award
Best Documentary Feature Film
Signe Byrge Sørensen (producer) 
Joram ten Brink (producer) 
Christine Cynn (producer/co-producer) 
Anne Köhncke (producer) 
Joshua Oppenheimer (producer/co-producer) 
Michael Uwemedimo (producer) 
Anonymous (anonymous Indonesian producers) 
Torstein Grude (co-producer) 
Bjarte Mørner Tveit (co-producer) 

Austin Film Critics Association 2013

Won
Austin Film Critics Award
Best Documentary
Joshua Oppenheimer 

Berlin International Film Festival 2013

Won
Panorama Audience Award
Documentary Film
Joshua Oppenheimer 
Won
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury
Panorama
Joshua Oppenheimer 

This deeply unsettling film exposes the evil mass murders which took place in Indonesia in 1965 and... More

Bodil Awards 2013

Won
Special Award
Joshua Oppenheimer (director) 

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards 2013

Won
BSFC Award
Best Documentary
2nd place
BSFC Award
Best New Filmmaker
Joshua Oppenheimer 

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards 2014

Nominated
Critics Choice Award
Best Documentary Feature

CPH:DOX 2012

Won
CPH:DOX Award
DOX:Award
Joshua Oppenheimer 
Final Cut for Real 

Central Ohio Film Critics Association 2014

Won
COFCA Award
Best Documentary

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2013

Won
CFCA Award
Best Foreign Language Film
Best Documentary
Nominated
CFCA Award
Most Promising Filmmaker
Joshua Oppenheimer 

Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2013

2nd place
DFWFCA Award
Best Documentary

European Film Awards 2013

Won
Best Documentary Award
Joshua Oppenheimer (director) 
Signe Byrge Sørensen (producer) 

Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 2013

Won
FFCC Award
Best Documentary

Gotham Awards 2013

Won
Best Documentary
Joshua Oppenheimer (director and producer) 
Signe Byrge Sørensen (producer) 

Independent Spirit Awards 2014

Nominated
Independent Spirit Award
Best Documentary
Joshua Oppenheimer (director/producer) 
Joram ten Brink (producer) 
Christine Cynn (producer) 
Anne Köhncke (producer) 
Signe Byrge Sørensen (producer) 
Michael Uwemedimo (producer) 
Anonymous (producer) 

International Documentary Association 2013

Nominated
IDA Award
Best Feature
Joshua Oppenheimer (director/producer) 
Signe Byrge Sørensen (producer) 
Errol Morris (executive producer) 
Werner Herzog (executive producer) 
Torstein Grude (executive producer) 
Andre Singer (executive producer) 
Joram ten Brink (executive producer) 
Bjarte Mørner Tveit (executive producer) 

Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 2013

Won
KCFCC Award
Best Documentary

London Critics Circle Film Awards 2014

Nominated
ALFS Award
Documentary of the Year

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2013

2nd place
LAFCA Award
Best Documentary/Non-Fiction Film

National Board of Review, USA 2013

Won
NBR Award
Top Five Documentaries

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 2013

Won
NSFC Award
Best Non-Fiction Film
Joshua Oppenheimer 
Tied with At Berkeley (2013) for first place.

New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2013

2nd place
NYFCC Award
Best Non-Fiction Film

Nordisk Panorama 2013

Won
Nordic Documentary Film Award
Joshua Oppenheimer (director) 
Christine Cynn (co-director) 
Anonymous (co-director) 

Online Film Critics Society Awards 2014

Won
OFCS Award
Best Documentary

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards 2013

Nominated
PFCS Award
Best Documentary

Prague One World Film Festival 2013

Won
Best Film Award
Joshua Oppenheimer (Director) 
Christine Cynn (Co-director) 
Anonymous (Co-director) 

Robert Festival 2013

Won
Robert
Best Documentary (Årets lange dokumentarfilm)
Joshua Oppenheimer (director) 
Signe Byrge Sørensen (producer) 
Final Cut for Real 

San Diego Film Critics Society Awards 2013

Won
SDFCS Award
Best Documentary

San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2013

Won
SFFCC Award
Best Documentary

Satellite Awards 2014

Nominated
Satellite Award
Best Motion Picture, Documentary

Sheffield International Documentary Festival 2013

Won
Audience Award
Joshua Oppenheimer (director) 
Christine Cynn (co-director) 
Anonymous (co-director) 
Won
Special Jury Award
Joshua Oppenheimer (director) 
Christine Cynn (co-director) 
Anonymous (co-director) 

Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards 2013

Won
SEFCA Award
Best Documentary

Toronto Film Critics Association Awards 2014

Won
Allan King Documentary Award
 

Vancouver Film Critics Circle 2014

Won
VFCC Award
Best Documentary

Washington DC Area Film Critics Association Awards 2013

Nominated
WAFCA Award
Best Documentary

Yamagata International Documentary Festival 2013

Won
Prize of Excellence
Joshua Oppenheimer 
Nominated
Robert and Frances Flaherty Prize
Joshua Oppenheimer 
 
 

 



The Act of Killing (Indonesian: Jagal) is a 2012 documentary film directed by Joshua Oppenheimer, Christine Cynn, and an anonymous co-director.[4] It is a Danish-British-Norwegian co-production, presented by Final Cut for Real in Denmark and produced by Signe Byrge Sørensen. The executive producers were Werner Herzog, Errol Morris, Joram ten Brink, and Andre Singer. It is a Docwest project of the University of Westminster.

Synopsis

When Sukarno was overthrown by Suharto following the failed coup of the 30 September Movement in 1965, the gangsters Anwar Congo and Adi Zulkadry in Medan (North Sumatra) were promoted from selling black market movie theatre tickets to leading the most notorious death squad in North Sumatra, as part of the Indonesian killings of 196566. They also extorted ethnic Chinese locals, killing those who refused to pay. Anwar personally killed approximately 1,000 people, usually by strangling with wire.
Today, Anwar is revered as a founding father of the right-wing paramilitary organization Pemuda Pancasila that grew out of the death squads. The organization is so powerful that its leaders include government ministers, and they are happy to boast about everything from corruption and election rigging to genocide. A regime was founded on crimes against humanity, yet has never been held accountable.
Invited by Oppenheimer, Anwar and his friends eagerly re-enact the killings for the cameras, and make dramatic scenes depicting their memories and feelings about the killings. The scenes are produced in the style of their favorite film genres: gangster, western, and musical. Various aspects of Anwar and his friends'' filmmaking process are shown, but as they begin to dramatize Anwar''s own nightmares, the fiction scenes begin to take over the film''s form, leading the film to become increasingly surreal and nightmarish. Oppenheimer has called the result "a documentary of the imagination".
While some of Anwar''s friends realize that the killings were wrong, others worry about the consequences of the story on their public image. Younger members of Pemuda Pancasila argue that they should boast about the horror of the massacres, because their terrifying and threatening force is the basis of their power today.
After Anwar plays a victim, he cannot continue. He says that he feels what his victims have felt. Oppenheimer, from behind the camera, points out that it was much worse for the victims, because they knew they were going to be killed, whereas Anwar was only acting. Anwar then expresses doubts over whether he has sinned or not, tearfully saying he does not want the memories of what he did to come back to him. He revisits the rooftop where he claims to have killed many before repeatedly gagging. The dancers from the film''s theatrical poster are seen before the credits begin to roll.
 


 

 





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