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The Look of Silence Joshua Oppenheimer

Joshua Oppenheimer on 'The Look of Silence'

Director Joshua Oppenheimer talked about his new documentary, “The Look of Silence,” and how he knew more than ten years ago that he needed to make both this film and its companion, “The Act of Killing,” when he stopped by Variety Studio.

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