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MASS GRAVE NEAR PAGODA PART 01

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Uploaded on Mar 23, 2011

Over 2 million lives were exterminated by a mass genocide in Cambodia, leaving behind a country still recovering from the torture and torment of nearly four years of despotic rule by the Khmer Rouge regime. More than thirty years since the collapse of the regime, people are still struggling to live their normal lives. From the pain and trauma of the killing fields of Cambodia emerges a story of truth, revenge, and forgiveness. In Mass Grave Near Pagoda two women, Lieb and Kim Vaing grapple with the death of their respective father and uncle by the hands of Kin, a willing executioner, who killed to preserve his own life. All three live in the same village. Faced with the truth of the past, they must now question their faith in religion and humanity to find the strength to forgive.

The Victims Participation Project (VPA) is funded by British Embassy, Danish Embassy, Norwegian Embassy (Thailand), Open Society Institute (OSI), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) with core support from The United State Agency for International Development (USAID)

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