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In The Look of Silence, Adi (left) confronts one of his brother's killers. The title refers to the raw tension that hangs thick whenever the interviews get awkward and go quiet.

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In The Last Executioner (above), veteran Thai actor Vithaya Pansringarm plays Chavoret Jaruboon, a real-life prison warden who ended the lives of 55 criminals, by firing the final bullet into a death row prisoner before lethal injection was introduced as a more humane method.
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Natural born killers

Two films at this year's Southeast Asian Film Festival feature men involved in state-sanctioned killings - and how they live out the rest of their lives in the shadow of the carnage.
Apr 10, 2015 5:50 AM

CAN a man live with himself knowing he got away with murder? That's the question that hangs over two must-see films that have made the line-up of this year's Southeast Asian Film Festival (SEAFF).

In The Look of Silence, a mild-mannered village optometrist comes face-to-face with his

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