The notion of human rights has become the essential angle for telling contemporary events.However, all too often the indignations remain rather selective from the point of view of information. This deprives the public of whole chapters of recent history. Indeed, how does one explain the silence about one of the greatest massacres of the twentieth century? It is against the tide that the French documentary filmmaker Stéphane Roland has looked into this issue, going to see for himself behind the scenery of paradise beaches of Bali. Of great beauty and sensitivity, ” The Soliloquy of Muets ” reveals the hidden face of Indonesia and its mass graves. A poignant experience.
**terjemahan dari Bahasa Perancis bagian pengantar artikel yang berisi wawancara Alex Anfrus dengan Stéphane Roland
Indonésie, 1965-66 : Le Soliloque des Muets -ALEX ANFRUNS
“In this film, the witnesses often testify for the first time, so we must take them for what they are: fragile testimonies. These witnesses are always in a context of risk taking. It remains dangerous for some to testify, since they insisted to testify with an open face.
One of their characteristics is that they are therefore of great dignity and courage. Afterwards, when it comes to the content, all of them tell horrible things, but we have already seen elsewhere, I would say. It is the eternal story of the political prisoner or the oppressed people. At the moment, I work on places of memory in France, I meet many former resistance fighters or children of deportees and when we listen to the stories, they are almost the same!”
(sila gunakan fasilitas penerjemahan online ke dalam bahasa Inggris)
[111 Play List Video YouTube #Genosida65_66] Jagal, Senyap, Jembatan Bacem, Mass Grave hingga The Shadow Playing….. vis a vis G30S/PKI (*versi ORBA)
[Kompilasi Filmografi] Para Sineas dan Pekerja Film Mengungkap Jejak Sejarah Hitam Genosida / Kejahatan Kemanusiaan / Tragedi 1965-1966