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VOA Khmer
13 November 2012
A new film directed by a graduate student of the Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts highlights the problem of gambling in the Cambodian community in Southern California. Written and directed by Caylee So, “Paulina” portrays the life of a 17-year-old Cambodian-American girl who grows up in a community of gamblers in southern California. Caylee So described the film in a studio interview with Poch Reasey.

Cambodian-American Filmmaker Tackles Sensitive Social Issue

VOA Khmer

Published 13.11.2012

A new film directed by a graduate student of the Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts highlights the problem of gambling in the Cambodian community in Southern California. Written and directed by Caylee So, “Paulina” portrays the life of a 17-year-old Cambodian-American girl who grows up in a community of gamblers in southern California. Caylee So described the film in a studio interview with Poch Reasey.