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I remember watching this movie when I was a child. It is disturbing as it shows the reality of war. This is one of those movies, like Schindler's List, Grave of the Fireflies, Saving Private Ryan, etc. that you can only watch one time amd its with you forever.
I was having a second date with a girl and she asked me which country had the nicest people. I started with Japan, but only to explain just how absurdly nice Cambodians are. If you've never been, go to Angkor Wot and experience it for yourself. A local gave me a tour which included a killing field he had personal attachment to through his family. His dad and brother disappeared and likely died. He was tortured for years. He laughed about the whole thing while I fought back tears. Just go. Watch the movie and you'll see why it's on par with visiting a WWII concentration camp to visit a killing field as far as the emotional impact.
Fantastic movie!

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Fantastic movie!
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I remember watching this movie when I was a child. It is disturbing as it shows the reality of war. This is one of those movies, like Schindler's List, Grave of the Fireflies, Saving Private Ryan, etc. that you can only watch one time amd its with you forever.
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A real lighthearted movie....
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I was having a second date with a girl and she asked me which country had the nicest people. I started with Japan, but only to explain just how absurdly nice Cambodians are. If you've never been, go to Angkor Wot and experience it for yourself. A local gave me a tour which included a killing field he had personal attachment to through his family. His dad and brother disappeared and likely died. He was tortured for years. He laughed about the whole thing while I fought back tears. Just go. Watch the movie and you'll see why it's on par with visiting a WWII concentration camp to visit a killing field as far as the emotional impact.
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Fantastic movie!
Yes. Shows the real horrors of that war. His aid in the movie was actually a doctor and not an actor
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I remember watching this movie when I was a child. It is disturbing as it shows the reality of war. This is one of those movies, like Schindler's List, Grave of the Fireflies, Saving Private Ryan, etc. that you can only watch one time amd its with you forever.
I think it can be watched multiple times with different people and ocassions. It covers such an important event in history that many forgotten. For this price, it's worth having next to SL and SPY.
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I was having a second date with a girl and she asked me which country had the nicest people. I started with Japan, but only to explain just how absurdly nice Cambodians are. If you've never been, go to Angkor Wot and experience it for yourself. A local gave me a tour which included a killing field he had personal attachment to through his family. His dad and brother disappeared and likely died. He was tortured for years. He laughed about the whole thing while I fought back tears. Just go. Watch the movie and you'll see why it's on par with visiting a WWII concentration camp to visit a killing field as far as the emotional impact.
I actually went to Cambodia and visited the Killing Fields, that time having never read about it or watched the movie. I'll never forget my experience being there.
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I actually went to Cambodia and visited the Killing Fields, that time having never read about it or watched the movie. I'll never forget my experience being there.
What is shocking about the visit is that there is actually little to see. The audio tour explains the horrors that took place and it just feels surreal. Any who visits certainly remember "the tree".

The movie is excellent.The Cambodian actor who aided the journalist was actually not an actor by trade, but went on to win the Academy Award for his role.
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Just got it. Never even heard of it but great reviews on IMDB so sounds great
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The actor that never acted before won an Oscar, he lived directly across the alley on the other side of me. He was murdered in mid 90s in that alley way. I have lots of family that went through it, and this movie only touched the surface of what it was really like.
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The actor who won the Oscar for best supporting was an actual refugee who escaped. Here's his story for anyone interested. Harrowing, well told film

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haing_S._Ngor
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I love this movie.
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