Can art create a sense of closure for a wounded nation? Forty years after the brutal Khmer Rouge reign and Cambodian genocide, an international group of artists creates a production of film and Bangsokol music to properly mourn those who died. The production is threatened by clashing egos and a limited budget, but the stakes are too high to let the project fail.
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Director: Aviva Ziegler
Producers: Margaret Murphy, Aviva Ziegler
2019 | 74 min | Australia, Cambodia, Taiwan | Australia
US Premiere | Filmmaker in Attendance
This screening is part of the Margaret Mead Film Festival.