A Cambodian Odyssey
The story of the destruction of Cambodia by the Khmer Rouge in The Killing Fields was horrifying, and the performance of Haing Ngor as Dith Pran was so forcefully real that it brought him an Academy Award. Now, Haing Ngor tells his own story, a tale of torment and flight from his oppressors in Cambodia.
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