The Look of Silence

The Look of Silence ★★★½

It’s no wonder Oppenheimer handed Adi so much responsibility: his implacable exterior, even when hearing awful details about his brother, makes him a calm interviewer. And his role as a doctor puts him in a position of trust with his subjects. The eye-testing equipment he uses, meanwhile, is a potent visual metaphor. Adi is bringing both a literal and moral clarity to these men while asking them to account for their crimes. As you might expect, the former is more welcome than the latter.

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