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Cambodian Americans Relive Khmer Rouge Horrors Through Oscar-Nominated Filmi
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Elizabeth Lee
March 05, 2014 5:53 PM
Almost 40 years after the communist Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia and embarked on a four-year reign of terror and genocide, many survivors are finally able to talk about it. That includes a film director and others living in the U.S. Elizabeth Lee reports from Long Beach, California.

Cambodian Americans Relive Khmer Rouge Horrors Through Oscar-Nominated Film

Elizabeth Lee

Published March 05, 2014

Almost 40 years after the communist Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia and embarked on a four-year reign of terror and genocide, many survivors are finally able to talk about it. That includes a film director and others living in the U.S. Elizabeth Lee reports from Long Beach, California.


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