A scene of Vietnamese troops coving Cambodian children against an attack by Pol Potist troops in the film “First they killed my father” (2017). Hanoi (VNA) – In September 2017, the film “First they killed my father” by Angelina Jolie, based on the memoirs of Loung Ung, was aired on Netflix channel, once again exposing the terrific crimes committed by the Pol Pot genocidal regime to the world. In an interview granted to VietnamPlus, writer Trung Sy, author of the memoirs “Story of southwestern troops”, said the film was made in a meticulous and practical way, especially the episodes on featuring the tragedy suffered by Ung’s family in particular and the majority of the Cambodian in general in that dark period. Before that, another movie on the period, “The killing fields” in 1984 by director Roland Joffe, also won great attention as it won three Oscar awards. How practical the cinematography can be, it is incomparable to the extreme miseries suffered by the Cambodian in the Pol Pot regime. The killing fields and the Toul Sleng prison are still able to make many feel frozen. Those painful memories are still unerasable to a whole generation of the Cambodian people, although… Read full this story
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