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    VOA Khmer
    28 September 2012
    What life under the Khmer Rouge regime is like? Over the years a number of the regime's survivors have written books describing their ordeals in words. Thirty three years later, one Cambodian director answers the question on the big screen. Chhay Bora wrote the story from his mother-in-law's experience, as an act of healing, he told Reasey Poch of VOA Khmer.

    In 'Lost Loves,' Life Under the Khmer Rouge Writ Large

    VOA Khmer

    Published 28.09.2012

    What life under the Khmer Rouge regime is like? Over the years a number of the regime's survivors have written books describing their ordeals in words. Thirty three years later, one Cambodian director answers the question on the big screen. Chhay Bora wrote the story from his mother-in-law's experience, as an act of healing, he told Reasey Poch of VOA Khmer.


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