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Published on Feb 14, 2007
A short documentary about the effects of the Khmer Rouge 30 years after their regime, and it's effects on the Cambodian society, especially the children. The children, some of them orphans, live, eat, and work in the municipal dump of Phnom Penh. One orphanage, the Center for Children's Happiness, run by a man that was himself orphaned by the Khmer Rouge, rescues these children, in hopes of giving them a better life.
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