A Cambodian Spring
Documentary shot over six years charting the land-rights protests that led to the Cambodian Spring of 2013 and the tragic events that followed. More
"[Director Chris Kelly] focuses on three individuals: two mothers of young children who lead the protest — close friends who later having a falling out; and a so-called ‘multi-media’ monk and activist, Venerable Loun Sovath, who was censored and evicted by his Buddhist superiors when he became a leading figure in the protests against various land grabs and forced evictions." (DocEdge Film Festival)Less
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