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Enemies of the People

by Thet Sambath

Winner of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize. One man's ground-breaking search for truth in Cambodia's Killing Fields including exclusive interviews with Pol Pot's deputy.
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One of the most harrowing and compelling personal documentaries of our time, ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE exposes for the first time the truth about the Killing Fields and the Khmer Rouge who were behind Cambodia’s genocide. A personal journey into the heart of darkness and back again by journalist/filmmaker Thet Sambath, whose family was wiped out in the Killing Fields, but whose patience and discipline elicits unprecedented on-camera confessions from perpetrators at all levels of the Khmer Rouge hierarchy, notably from Pol Pot’s deputy, Nuon Chea, the notorious Brother Number Two, now on trial for genocide. This is investigative journalism and cinematic storytelling of the highest order.
This film has already been used as evidence at the Khmer Rouge genocide tribunal.

“a brave and profoundly important work” Robert Redford
“inspiring, extraordinary on several fronts” New York Times
“one of the most important films ever made about Cambodia” Wall Street Journal

WINNER Special Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival
WINNER Grand Jury Prize, Full Frame Film Festival
WINNER Nestor Almendros Award, Human Rights Watch Film Festival
WINNER Best Documentary, Santa Barbara, Ojai
WINNER Outstanding Documentary, Hong Kong
WINNER Knight International Journalism Award

Bonus Features on the special 2-disc set includes:
• 28-page booklet of essays by the filmmakers and an introduction by Elizabeth Becker
• Two different directors’ commentary tracks
• An optional Khmer language dubbed soundtrack
• An exclusive 20-minute featurette, One Day at Po Chrey – Anatomy of a Massacre
• Over an hour of deleted scenes, with extensive exclusive interviews with Nuon Chea
• Exclusive footage from the historic videoconference between Khmer Rouge survivors in California and the killers featured in the film: Perpetrators + Victims = Survivors
• Five Question and Answer Sessions with the directors including a session with David Puttnam, Oscar® winning producer of The Killing Fields, Thet Sambath’s speech accepting the Sundance Special Jury Prize, the Phnom Penh premiere and the filmmakers’ address to TEDx Phnom Penh
• Television reports on the film, by the BBC and Channel 4
• Extended PBS interview with the director
• The Theatrical Trailer
• The music video for praCh Ly’s Encounters of the Evil Kind featuring Sambath’s Theme from the film





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