Joshua Oppenheimer Talks The Act Of Killing.
And his documentary about the secret slaughter of millions of activists and workers in Indonesia by right wing paramilitaries. And those death squads today, who gleefully reenact and brag on camera about their political carnage. Raw and wrenching, but with a narrow retro-focus. And much like Woody Harrelson in Out Of The Furnace and its blame the victim blue collar brutality in the extreme, the documentary politically locates truth evasively within the bottom feeder homicidal battalions, who do the bidding of their far more economically enriched masters.
Listen to the Interview Here:
A Werner Herzog Christmas: The German director performs his satirical take on ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas.’
Poetry Corner: West Coast poet activist Julia Stein reads her work.