84 min
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Denis Do
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‘Funan’ is a harrowing account of the early years of the Khmer Rouge’s reign in Cambodia, focusing on the young couple Chuo and Khuon, who are separated from their son during a forced relocation. Starving and made to work the fields under dismal conditions, they try to keep both each other and hope alive. Denis Do tells the story with a clear eye for the personal cost of survival and the sacrifices we make for each our families. Winner of the Cristal for Feature Film at Annecy 2018.

Check it out, if you like: Grave of the Fireflies, The Killing Fields

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