Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - Part I: Politics of power and terrorMaben, Adrian, 2001
When in 1975 the Khmer Rouge seized power, the Cambodian population, tired of Lon Nol and the bloody civil war, welcomed the soldiers with open arms. Little did they know, it was the beginning of something worse.
Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - Part III: Crime without PunishmentMaben, Adrian, 2001
After the death ofPol Pot and the implosion of the the Khmer Rouge, a revival of national culture and religion took place in Cambodia. Still, the hideous actions of the Khmer Rouge remain vivid in the nightmares of Cambodian families.
Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge - Part II: The mystery of Pol PotMaben, Adrian, 2001
Who exactly was the Janus-faced Saloth Sar: a polite child, a friendly teacher, a charming politician, or a cruel, relentless murderer? The latter plays a central part in this film.
Deacon of DeathBerg, Jan van den, 2004
The audience is introduced to Sok Chea, a victim of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia in the 70s, as she confronts Karoby, the man she remembers killing her family and others in their village when she was a child.