Accolades

Gerard Lacroix and Leslie F Grunberg and Gérard Pont and Chandara Saidnattar and Antoine Martin and Rosane Saidnattar
Best Documentary Film, 2009

Survive, In the Heart of the Khmer Rouge Madness (L'important, c'est de Rester Vivant)

Best Documentary Film, 2009

Survive, In the Heart of the Khmer Rouge Madness (L'important, c'est de Rester Vivant)

Roshane Saidnattar, a young filmmaker and survivor of the Cambodian death camps of the 1970s, meets the chief theorist of the Khmer Rouge, Khieu Samphân.…

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Films

Survive, In the Heart of the Khmer Rouge Madness
2009

Survive, In the Heart of the Khmer Rouge Madness (L'important, c'est de Rester Vivant)

Cambodia, France
2009

Survive, In the Heart of the Khmer Rouge Madness (L'important, c'est de Rester Vivant)

Roshane Saidnattar, a young filmmaker and survivor of the Cambodian death camps of the 1970s, meets the chief theorist of the Khmer Rouge, Khieu Samphân.…

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