I haven’t seen Joshua Oppenheimer’s “The Act of Killing” yet, but I’ve heard some stuff about it and now Werner Herzog and Errol Morris have convinced me that I need to watch it. The film is a documentary about celebrated death squadrons in Indonesia who are responsible for the murders and deaths of many people. Joshua Oppenheimer meets up with these former death squad members and asks if they would like to be a film where they re-enact their murders, and they happily say yes. The resulting film is about the making of this movie and it opens the eyes up to a world where death and murder is a praised act. Scary and certainly thought-provoking.