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Waterston stars as New York Times reporter Schanberg, a journalist who covered the war in Cambodia. Ngor stars as Dith, the translator and aide, who is exiled to Cambodian labor camps where millions of others have died.
Genre: Feature Film-Drama
Release Date: 13-MAR-2001
Media Type: DVD
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The movie realistically depicts the fall of Phnom Penh and the events that directly led to it. The characters played by Sam Waterston, Haing Ngor and John Malkovich were/are real people and the story of their lives following the American evacuation is all real too, AFAIK. The acting is superb, all the way around. Haing Ngor is perhaps the best of the three. He plays it as if he's living it, and maybe he did. This movie is a MUST SEE. Get ready for a lot of painful, frightening action. Send your kids to bed first. Unfortunately, it's all true and anyone who thinks the Holocaust was the last time there was a really big genocide is in for an education. It happened in my lifetime.