I urge everyone to see this unsettling documentary and then take action on the issues raised by the film. Impunity persists in Indonesia for the 1965-66 crimes depicted in the film, as it does for later crimes committed by Indonesia's armed forces from Indonesia's U.S.-backed invasion and occupation of East Timor to ongoing violations in West Papua. Human rights groups are supporting an appeal from survivors of the' 65 massacres for the Indonesian government to acknowledge the truth about the 1965 crimes and to apologize and provide reparations to the victims and their families. See http://etan.org/action/saysorry.htm
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