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The Look of Silence (2015)
History, Documentary . 01 h 40 m


An optician grapples with the Indonesian mass killings of 1965-1966, during which his older brother was exterminated.

Release Date

17 July 2015


French, Indonesian,

Produced By

Making Movies, Final Cut for Real, Piraya Film, Spring Films, Anonymous, Britdoc Foundation, Participant,

Directed by :
Joshua Oppenheimer

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"The Look of Silence - " is english Language Movie.

"The Look of Silence" was released on 17 July 2015 it had box office collection of $332,710.

The movie was directed by Joshua Oppenheimer

It has cast of: Adi Rukun as Himself, brother of murdered Ramli Rukun, M.Y. Basrun as Himself, former commander of a civilian militia, Amir Hasan as Himself, former leader of death squad (archive footage), Inong as Himself, former leader the village death squad, Kemat as Himself, survivor from Snake River massacre, Joshua Oppenheimer as Self (voice), Amir Siahaan as Himself, former commander of Snake River death squads, Ted Yates as Himself, reporter, NBC News (archive footage) in lead roles.

Series Cast

It Crew included: Joshua Oppenheimer as Director(Directing), Seri Banang as Music(Sound), Mana Tahan as Music(Sound), Nils Pagh Andersen as Editor(Editing), Kaarle Aho as Co-Producer(Production), Sabine Bubeck-Paaz as Co-Producer(Production), Heidi Elise Christensen as Associate Producer(Production), Torstein Grude as Co-Producer(Production), Werner Herzog as Executive Producer(Production), Maria Kristensen as Associate Producer(Production), Anne Köhncke as Associate Producer(Production), Flemming Hedegaard Larsen as Co-Producer(Production), Errol Morris as Executive Producer(Production), Signe Byrge Sørensen as Producer(Production), Joram ten Brink as Associate Producer(Production), Tore Tomter as Co-Producer(Production), Bjarte Mørner Tveit as Co-Producer(Production), Iikka Vehkalahti as Co-Producer(Production), Nathalie Windhorst as Co-Producer(Production), Seri Banang as Original Music Composer(Sound), Mana Tahan as Original Music Composer(Sound), Lars Skree as Director of Photography(Camera), Heidi Elise Christensen as Production Manager(Production), Henrik Gugge Garnov as Sound(Sound), Maria Kristensen as Production Manager(Production), Christine Cynn as Additional Camera(Camera), Tom Christer Lilletvedt as Colorist(Editing), Tom Christer Lilletvedt as Visual Effects(Visual Effects), Christine Cynn as Thanks(Crew), André Singer as Executive Producer(Production), Henrik Gugge Garnov as Sound Designer(Sound), in lead roles.

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17 July 2015

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