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Comrade Duch: The Bookkeeper of Death 2011 TV-PG CC

The story of a gifted Cambodian mathematics teacher and family man turned mass killer responsible for the torture and murder of 14,000 people, and how he was brought to justice.

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1 hour, 23 minutes

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Genres Documentary
Director Adrian Maben
Studio Not Specified
MPAA rating TV-PG
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Not for the lighthearted, rather a grim reality for Cambodians. Beyond heartbreaking, so cruel for no discernible reason. One amazingly psychotic scene after scene. To demonstrate the lengths these officers and soldiers, they cleared the Capitol in 3 weeks, leaving a a ghost town. The citizens from all walks of life were tortured and slaughter like, "pigs." Not unlike the Nazi concentration camps, but this regime were killing their own people. Horrific, but compelling opening my eyes to these crimes against humanity. I have to say the final moments of this well-crafted, captivating film was the final tragic insult. Food for thought ... Presidential hopefuls, remember our constant involvement insisting on being the bully, water-boarding and the many fiascoes, and back to Japanese concentration camps, the Andersonville prison of our Civil War, brother against brother. Hopefully exposure of this caliber will pull each of us think, and think again why torture and genocide exists. Highly recommend.
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Fascinating look at a horrible event in recent history. The first hand accounts take you into the horror they endured and give you a true picture of what Cambodia was like under Pol Pot. A must watch for any history or war enthusiast.
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Informative documentary that gave me information that un-nerved me. Hard to watch as the perpetrator are at time defending their actions.
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It was a very good documentary. I was not aware of this man and learned lot about what happen during that time period.
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